For this year`s CES trade show very special is being planned by NVIDIA and everything is pointed to being the launch for the Geforce Club Elite reveal as well as the GTX 1080 Ti graphic cards. A countdown that is being shown by the company for many national domains for the past few days and on the social media a constant tease is being shown as well. The counting timer stands at 5 days to go for the Big Event at the time of writing. We have been waiting for the Big Chip to arrive at the mainstream segment ever since the Pascal was announced. Regrettably, without being competitive in comparison to GPU from AMD, there is no reason for NVIDIA really to launch Ti version and similarly the sales for the Titan X (P).
GTX 1080 Ti, the wait is finally over? In 5 days at CES 2017 NVIDIA will be doing some major announcements.
I may seem that they are ready to shift into higher gear and work on the mainstream flagship graphic card to start off with something better this year. From the past rumors NVIDIA already confirmed the existence of GTX 1080 Ti. the upcoming service was let slip in a recent job posting, priority was being offered to the GTX 980 Ti over the Elite GeForce Club to upgrade to the 1080 Ti. obviously NVIDIA haven’t announced any of the 10 series Ti as of the present time so it may have cost someone the job. The post was
Fleetly removed from the place. The GeForce Elite Club will might be NVIDIA’s new service which is basically offering few features and the loyalty club:
- Free games codes to the GeForce Forum users and active Share.
- 980 Ti users will get a “Step Up” offer or the first spot in line for 1080 Ti pre-orders. Dead Linkedin Link.
- Free games codes for the users contribute useful feature enhancement request or the one whose reports are confirmed bug.
- Free games codes to users who ranked most positive and most negative on our sentiment tools.
It’s implied, that while the item announcement NVIDIA is being discussed could be about something else altogether. Very low rather not zero is appeared to be the actual probability of the item. This announcement will be the GeForce Elite Club service and with this the GTX 1080 Ti. Pricing of the item is not being done yet. Thanks to Zauba sightings we have a reasonable lock on the upcoming flagship with its key specifications. For the upcoming GTX 1080 Ti card these specifications are confirmed:
- 384 Bit Bus
- 10 GB vRAM
- Based on the GP102 Core
- Will be launching with the GeForce Elite Club.
Therefore keeping in mind that the theoretical compute performance of 12.5 TFLOPS will be having by the Vega while you cannot have a comparison across the different structures directly.
To compute the performance of the Ti is a equitable bet and it will close to this mark or greater. That means that there is a finite number of integrations that can achieve the results. The following table shows the concept that there is one possibility that it may not be included in this chart and that NVIDIA decides to go with the Full-fat GPU.
The most basic count shows that the possible integrations of NVIDIA’s core count in the iterations of 64 and Mhz with the clock speed of GPU. since we are hoping for a number greater than 11, the table shows TFLOPS performance being computed, a compute value of 8.7 TFLOPs has the reference of GTX 1080. Considering the reference card really isn’t indicative of the real world performance and the 1080 overclocks like a beast, the real value is around 10.1 TFLOPs. Well there you have it. As of the above discussion NVIDIA has something bigger planned for this year hope so in 4-5 days.