Rumor: Four Different Nvidia Pascal Cards Range from $600 to $1100
AMD’s Polaris and Nvidia’s Pascal line of cards are the most anticipated PC components of 2016. Once again team red will be taking on team green, and a major differentiating factor will be price.
AMD cards are usually cheaper than Nvidia and while we are yet to hear much about Polaris price range, there are rumors about Pascal line of cards suggesting that its price could go up to $1100.
Zauba database listing revealed four different variants of Nvidia pascal cards ranging from $600 to $1100. Presumably, the later will be a successor to GTX Titan X.
Titan X wasn’t the most popular card to due to its $1000 price, and the release of a much cheaper GTX 980 Ti that offers similar performance dented sales.
Hopefully, if there is a $1100 successor planned by Nvidia, it would offer major performance difference compared to the cheaper variants of the same architecture.
The $600 dollar card will have 6GB of HBM 2, 8GB is for $700, 16GB for $900, and massive 32GB HBM 2 memory is rumored for $1100 Titan X successor. Of course, the 32GB version won’t be consumer oriented.
NVIDIA co-founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will be at GTC with a juicy keynote, so we should get confirmation during the event. Also, we should here something from AMD by then.
GTC is on April 5th.
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