Nvidia’s all set to launch its GeForce GTX 1000 series next month at Computex, and a leaked image late last month revealed the alleged cooler shroud for the GTX 1080. We have another leaked image coming out of Baidu today that shows the same cooler shroud on the GTX 1080, albeit in a more finished state. The shroud is painted silver and black, and has a plastic cover for the heatsink as well as a fan over the GPU.
There’s no confirmation as to what’s on offer with the GTX 1000 series, but the latest round of rumors suggest we’ll see the Pascal GP104-200 GPU manufactured on the 16nm node at TSMC with 8GB of GDDR5X or GDDR5 memory on a 256-bit memory interface. With just over a month to go until the official unveil, we’re bound to have more leaks and details emerge as Nvidia starts coordinating with its AIB partners.