NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has finally been unveiled. Company CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took the stage of the GDC 2017 (Game Developers Conference) in San Francisco and presented the "fastest graphics card ever" to a big crowd of audience. The newest GPU is expected to top the consumers' sales chart once put up for sale on the market.
On Feb. 28, via press release, NVIDIA announced the launch of Geforce GTX 1080 Ti once again. Makers of the said GPU stated that this edition promised 35 percent better performance compared to its predecessor which is the GTX 1080. It was added that it is also a lot faster than the Titan X which was recognized as the best of all the game cards today.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti was designed to deal with the heavy graphical demands of HDR, 4K and 5K, DX12 and VR gaming. Thus, it is a complete package that tech and game enthusiasts will strive to have.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti boasts of 11 GB frame buffer. It is the latest dualFET power architecture and cutting-edge GDDR5X that supports an 11Gbps bandwidth rate. The memory bandwidth increases 2.4 times from 500GB/s to 1200GB/s through the innovative use of tiled caching and compression.
The newest NVIDIA flagship GPU is composed of 12B transistors that can operate operating jointly at 1600MHz or almost 2000MHz overclocked. The memory interface is 352-bit. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti features state-of-the-art equalization techniques, minimal electrical noise optimizations, channel optimization and jitter reductions. The card also delivers current at lightning speed and it is very stable.
Pre-orders for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will begin on March 2 and it will be available worldwide starting March 10. Once launched, the graphic card can be bought for $699, the same price for the Founders Edition units. Finally, the arrival of this new GPU will lower the price of the regular GTX 1080 to just $499.