The inevitable 1080 Ti was announced by Nvidia at GDC to be arriving March 5th. The GPU boasts Nvidia’s most powerful consumer GPU, the GP102. The 1080 Ti is also estimated to have a 35% performance increase over the 1080.
NVIDIA GPU Specification Comparison
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GTX 1080 Ti NVIDIA Titan X GTX 1080 GTX 980 Ti CUDA Cores 3584 3584 2560 2816 Texture Units 224 224 160 176 ROPs 88 96 64 96 Core Clock ? 1417MHz 1607MHz 1000MHz Boost Clock 1582MHz 1531MHz 1733MHz 1075MHz TFLOPs (FMA) 11.3 TFLOPs 11 TFLOPs 9 TFLOPs 6.1 TFLOPs Memory Clock 11Gbps GDDR5X 10Gbps GDDR5X 10Gbps GDDR5X 7Gbps GDDR5 Memory Bus Width 352-bit 384-bit 256-bit 384-bit VRAM 11GB 12GB 8GB 6GB FP64 1/32 1/32 1/32 1/32 FP16 (Native) 1/64 1/64 1/64 N/A INT8 4:1 4:1 N/A N/A TDP 250W 250W 180W 250W GPU GP102 GP102 GP104 GM200 Transistor Count 12B 12B 7.2B 8B Die Size 471mm2 471mm2 314mm2 601mm2 Manufacturing Process TSMC 16nm TSMC 16nm TSMC 16nm TSMC 28nm Launch Date 03/2017 08/02/2016 05/27/2016 06/01/2015 Launch Price $699 $1200 MSRP: $599 $649 Founders: $699
According to Nvidia, the 1080 Ti performs even better in games than the Titan XP. At a little less than 60% of the price, this could be the new card you have been hoping for. As always, wait to see some real world benchmarks before buying.