Good enough to hold up on your GTX 1080 upgrade plans?
Nvidia GTX 1080Ti was spotted recently and it appears this may have been accidentally posted by Nvidia. Luckily for everybody, we can get a good look at its specifications.
What’s known so far is that Nvidia GTX 1080Ti might be based on its GP102 just like its Pascal Titan card. It has 3328 CUDA cores with 1503 MHz base clock and 1623 MHz boost, sporting a 12 GB GDDR5. Its certain why Nvidia is not switching to GDDR5X like its GTX 1080 variant, but this will have 384 GB/s memory bandwidth while the earlier version has 320GB/s. The memory width is 384-bit.
Its reference model is rated to be used with a 600-watt power supply as the card is rated to consume 250 watts. It will take two-slot space with 10.5″ length and require extra power from a single eight-pin and another single six-pin PCIe power connector.
As of now, its not known when the card will be out. But judging by the specs its a good idea to keep the GTX 1080 purchase decision on hold till its Ti variant is out. So far, Nvidia released GTX 1050/1050Ti, GTX 1060, GTX 1070, GTX 1080 and Titan X Pascal graphic cards.
— Hardware BBQ (@HardwareBBQ) November 2, 2016