NVIDIA may show off the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti next week at the Game Developers’ Conference, following it up with a full-fledged launch sometime in the month of March. While an exact date hasn’t been revealed yet, it is likely to be between March 20 to March 23.
The GTX 1080 Ti is likely to be showcased at the GeForce GTX Gaming Celebration, with the card itself based on a GP102 silicon with 10GB of video memory, putting it in between the GTX 1080 and the Titan X.
|GTX 1080||GTX 1080 Ti||Titan X|
|Process node:||16nm FinFet||16nm FinFet||16nm FinFet|
|Performance:||8.87 TFLOPS||10.8 TFLOPS||11 TFLOPS|
|Memory:||8GB GDDR5X||10GB GDDR5X||12GB GDDR5X|
|TDP:||180 watts||250 watts||250 watts|
AMD is also set to show off its latest video cards next week, where we’ll finally get to see the Vega architecture make its debut. With AMD posing a clear threat to NVIDIA’s GTX 10 series with the Vega cards, it’ll be interesting to see how NVIDIA reacts.