Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti Rumored to Launch at CES 2017 – GP102 GPU, 12GB GDDR5X, 10.8 TFLOPs
Rumors about Nvidia’s upcoming graphics beast, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, have been making rounds for the past few weeks. Recently, a new report has just emerged on the web which suggests that the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti could launch at CES 2017 in January.
The report comes via Chinese outlet ZOL which has a good track record relating to Nvidia GTX 10-series GPUs. As per the leaked details, the GTX 1080 Ti will sport a cut-down GP102 graphics core featuring 3328 CUDA cores and 52 enabled SMs compared to the total 60 SMs inside the Titan X Pascal, Nvidia’s fastest graphics card to date. This will give 10.8 TFLOPs of FP32 than the Titan X’s 11.
Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti Specs (Rumored)
- GPU : GP102
- Process : TSMC 16FF
- Die Size : 471mm²
- Transistors : 12 Billion
- SMs : 52
- CUDA Cores : 3328
- Core Clock : ~1.5Ghz
- Boost Clock : ~1.6Ghz
- Peak FP32 Compute : 10.8 TFLOPs
- Memory Interface : 384bit
- Memory : 12GB GDDR5X
- Bandwidth : 480GB/s
- TDP – 250W
Based on the 16nm FinFET process from TSMC, the 1080 Ti will have a total of 12 billion transistors. The card will pack 12GB of GDDR5X memory on a 384-bit bus interface for a total bandwidth of 480GB/s. The core clock speed is around 1.5GHz which will boost up to 1.6GHz, while the card has a thermal design power of 250W.
Keep in mind that there’s nothing official yet so we would advise you take this with a pinch of salt. As said above, Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti is reportedly planned for January 2017 launch with availability scheduled to trickle in the coming weeks. There are no details regarding the pricing yet.
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