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NVIDIA will reportedly announce the GeForce GTX Titan P at Gamescom 2016

GeForce GTX Titan P

An exclusive new report from VRWorld claims NVIDIA is going to unveil the successor to the GeForce GTX Titan X at Gamescom 2016 in Cologne next month.

The card will be based on the Pascal GP100 silicon and is likely to employ HBM2 memory. As for variants, the report suggests the card will be available in a 12GB and a 16GB variant. While memory clock remains a mystery for now, it will apparently be higher than on the Tesla family.

GTX Titan P power connectors

As far as performance goes, NVIDIA is said to be targeting a 50% jump in performance compared to the GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition. The card could draw power via two 8-pin power connectors, with a TDP rating of somewhere between 300 to 375W.

Apart from the GeForce GTX Titan P, NVIDIA is also said to be working on the GP102 silicon that would form the base for the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

Source: VRWorld Via: TechPowerUp

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