NVIDIA has reported the eagerly awaited leader of the GeForce arrangement, the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti. In view of the same GP102 GPU as the Titan X (Pascal), the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti promises to offer almost an indistinguishable gaming execution from NVIDIA’s most effective single GPU design card yet at about a large portion of the cost.
Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti Features
The Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti is nearer to the Titan X than it is to the 1080. It takes the GP102 GPU from the Titan X yet with two of the 30 SM units debilitated. Both cards have a similar number of CUDA centers at 3584, same 224 surface units and a similar 12 billion transistors however the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti has 88 ROP units contrasted with 96 on the Titan X. Even so, the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti is timed marginally higher at 1480MHz base clock and 1582MHz lift clock speed contrasted with the Titan X.
As far as memory, the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti has 11GB GDDR5X, one not as much as the Titan X. The memory interface width is likewise marginally bring down at 352-piece rather than 384-piece. However, because of improvements and enhancements to the memory, the memory on the 1080 Ti is very, with 11Gbps speed contrasted with 10Gbps on the Titan X and memory data transmission of 484MB/s rather than 480MB/s.
The Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti depends on the same TSMC 16nm process and has a TDP of 250W, same as the Titan X.
The 1080 Ti highlights an improved warm plan with a spiral fan and vapor chamber outline. The expulsion of the DVI port as an afterthought additionally implies there is presently a full space for the fan to toss the warmth outside. The 1080 Ti now incorporates three DisplayPort 1.4 and one HDMI 2.0b with a connector for DVI provided in the bundling.
As far as execution, NVIDIA claims the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti is 35% quicker than the 1080, making it the greatest improvement for a Ti card (980 Ti was 25% speedier than 980 and 780 Ti was 18% quicker than 780). Contrasted with the Titan X, there were no official figures uncovered yet it’s feasible they will be neck and neck for the most parts.
The Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti will be accessible worldwide from March 10 at a cost of $699 for the Founder’s Edition and OEM renditions, with pre-orders beginning March 2. There will be no different standard and Founder’s Edition forms this time with NVIDIA making its best accessible at the standard release cost.
Elsewhere in the world, the GTX 1080 is getting a value drop, from $599 for the standard OEM rendition to $499. In addition, the 1080 and 1060 will now likewise profit by the speedier memory on the Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti, with the 1080 getting 11Gbps GDDR5X from the past 10 and the 1060 getting 9Gbps GDDR5 from the past 8. OEMs will have the decision to incorporate these memory overhauls in their cards and offer them as manufacturing plant overclocked.