Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti Specs Leaked – GP102 GPU, 10.8 TFLOPS, 12GB GDDR5
Nvidia is reportedly planning to unveil another Pascal card for consumers, allegedly called the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, over the coming months. Looking at the leaked specs, the upcoming card will deliver performance somewhere between the Titan X and the GTX 1080.
The leaked specs come from an Overclock3D forum member, according to whom the GTX 1080 Ti is based on the same GP102 GPU used on the Nvidia Titan X. The GPU sports 52 SMs and 3328 CUDA cores, down from Titan X’s 56 and 3584, respectively.
In terms of clock speeds, Ti version is clocked faster than the Titan X, with 1503MHz base and 1623MHz boost speeds. This results in offering 10.8 TFLOPs of compute performance, only slightly shy off the X’s 11 TFLOPs.
However, the Titan X has a significant advantage when it comes to memory bandwidth. According to the leaked specs, the GTX 1080 Ti features 12GB of GDDR5 memory on a 384-bit bus delivering a total bandwidth of 384GB/s. In comparison, Titan X boasts a faster GDDR5X that pushes 480GB/s bandwidth. The 1080 Ti might be bit slower on the memory but it’s still a lot quicker than the vanilla GTX 1080.
Full Breakdown of GTX 1080 Ti Leaked Specs
Keep in mind that there’s nothing official regarding the GTX 1080 Ti yet, so you should better treat this report with the usual grain of salt. But it’s only a matter of time before Nvidia announces the next Polaris card, possibly at CES 2017 on January 4 where company boss Jen-Hsun Huang is scheduled to be the inaugural keynote speaker.
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