GTX 1080 Ti Rumors Strengthen as GTX 1080 Sells Out
Whether you are looking for the best place to buy a new GTX 1080 or waiting for the alleged GTX 1080 Ti, the bottom line is that Nvidia has done pretty well already as latest news suggests the card is already sold out.
The speed at which the graphics card is selling is literally unparalleled in the market so far, and could be regarded as the fastest seller high end card in the GPU history of Nvidia if some insiders are to be believed.
According to a number of retailers that have been talked to, the stock numbers, despite being higher than previous releases, were still being considered very limited. As a result, it was only a matter of time before the initial shipments of GTX 1080 were sold out.
Nvidia itself is continuing to ship more units on almost a daily basis, but it appears that the stocks will remain on the low end for quite some time now.
With a record breaking start to this one, rumors have already started pouring in that Nvidia is working on the GTX 1080 Ti with GP 102.
Although we are still not done praising the 1080 for the performance boost it has brought over its predecessors with a GP 104, the Titanium Edition with GP 102 will go even beyond that.
Based on past reports, the GP 102 could offer 50 percent better performance on the next Titan X as compared to what GP 104 is capable of with 1080. The GP102-400 GPU, spotted recently is being referred to as the “full fat” chip that is expected to ship with the GTX 1080 Ti or the new Titan X.
Rumors specific to the Ti edition in general claim that the graphics card will deliver 13 TFLOPS if clocked at 1733 MHz just like the 1080.
Moreover, it is expected that the GTX 1080 Ti will come with 12GB of GDDR5X memory modules with 384 bits bus and a bandwidth of 576 GB/s.
Do keep in mind that as exciting as this may sound, these are still unconfirmed news based on insiders or rumors.