NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Deemed As The Ultimate GeForce; Here's Why [VIDEO]

3 March 2017, 1:45 am EST By Vinay Patel Mobile & Apps
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti final specification leaked reveals the use of Pascal SKU that will make an ultimate 4K gaming performance.   ( NVIDIA GeForce / YouTube )

It turns out the rumor mill has been pointing to accurate shreds of information regarding NVIDIA's latest flagship graphics card as the U.S. based chip maker finally unveiled it's NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti.

The long rumored card warrants 35% faster performance than its precursor, the GTX 1080. According to NVIDIA president and CEO, Jen-Hsun, the company's latest card is even faster than Titan X. Speaking at GDC 2017, which kicked off Feb. 27 in San Francisco, Jen-Hsun deemed the NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti as the ultimate GeForce.

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Specs & Price

The NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti packs 11 GB GDDR5X memory with 3584 CUDA cores and a 1582 MHz boost clock. The Titan X, on the other hand, comes with 12GB GDDR5X, 3584 CUDA cores and a 1531 MHz boost clock. It comes bearing a steep price tag of $1200, while the newfangled GTX 1080 Ti will be up for grabs for $699. Nevertheless, the Titan X, as well as the GTX 1080 Ti, scrapes up 250 watts of power.

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Vs. NVIDIA GTX 980

In terms of real-world testing, NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti's promotional page pits the GPU's performance against the company's own GTX 980. The results show performance upgrades better than double with some cases showing performance upgrades even better than triple; however, this result is not completely reliable.

Although the GTX 980 is without an iota of doubt, a great GPU (graphics processing unit), it's nowhere close to the NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti in terms of overall performance. Moreover, it was already overthrown by the company's own 10 series. In other words, the comparison is merely for dramatic effect, according to IGN.

NVIDIA assures more performance results ahead of the NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti looming March 10 release date giving potential buyers an idea regarding the level of performance upgrade the card has to offer compared to the current generation of 10 series. With both NVIDIA and AMD hard at works on more advancements, 2017 could turn to be a great year for GPUs just like last year. Stay tuned in here for more updates!

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