NVIDIA is preparing the next high-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1080Ti. We saw some leaks before. But now it seems that NVIDIA my launch it on January 2017 at CES. The new card will be positioned between the $699 GeForce GTX 1080, and the $1199 TITAN X Pascal.
The GTX 1080Ti will use the Pascal 16 nm “GP102” silicon and expected to have CUDA core count of 3,328 with 208 TMU and 96 ROPs. The card will feature a 384-bit wide 12GB GDDR5X memory interface (and not the previously thought GDDR5) provide 480GB/sec of memory bandwidth.
The core count is lower 3328 CUDA cores from the 3584 CUDA cores on Titan X. But the card is expected to have clock speeds of 1503 MHz base, with 1623 MHz GPU Boost. All of which translate into 10.8 TFLOPs of compute performance. The card will have TDP of 250W. The performance seems pretty close to Titan X, but lower price. We still don’t have any idea what it will be priced at, but I personally think it should be $850-$899 at launch, it’s just I think don’t quote me on that.