Tuesday, July 5th 2016

NVIDIA to Unveil GeForce GTX TITAN P at Gamescom

NVIDIA is preparing to launch its flagship graphics card based on the "Pascal" architecture, the so-called GeForce GTX TITAN P, at the 2016 Gamescom, held in Cologne, Germany, between 17-21 August. The card is expected to be based on the GP100 silicon, and could likely come in two variants - 16 GB and 12 GB. The two differ by memory bus width besides memory size. The 16 GB variant could feature four HBM2 stacks over a 4096-bit memory bus; while the 12 GB variant could feature three HBM2 stacks, and a 3072-bit bus. This approach by NVIDIA is identical to the way it carved out Tesla P100-based PCIe accelerators, based on this ASIC. The cards' TDP could be rated between 300-375W, drawing power from two 8-pin PCIe power connectors.

The GP100 and GTX TITAN P isn't the only high-end graphics card lineup targeted at gamers and PC enthusiasts, NVIDIA is also working the GP102 silicon, positioned between the GP104 and the GP100. This chip could lack FP64 CUDA cores found on the GP100 silicon, and feature up to 3,840 CUDA cores of the same kind found on the GP104. The GP102 is also expected to feature simpler 384-bit GDDR5X memory. NVIDIA could base the GTX 1080 Ti on this chip.
Source: VR World, Many Thanks to okidna for the tip.
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58 Comments on NVIDIA to Unveil GeForce GTX TITAN P at Gamescom

#1
cryohellinc
Cool stuff! However considering the current prices for 1080's, I am even afraid to look in the direction of the price of this thing.

I am certain that people who will benefit the most from this one will be 2160p gamers (stable 60fps for 2160p anyone? ) As one 1080 wipes the floor with 1440p resolution (at least for the time being).
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#2
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
GTX 1080 Ti will be an $849-999 product, Titan P could be $1349 for 12GB and $1799 for 16GB. Source: My magic ass.
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#4
ViperXTR
TITAN P
That's literally some next generation term for epeen
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#5
the54thvoid
Let the next round of TPU's "He said, she said..." begin.

This is after all not an Nvidia announcement, rather another 'leak'.
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#6
las
btarunr said:
GTX 1080 Ti will be an $849-999 product, Titan P could be $1349 for 12GB and $1799 for 16GB. Source: My magic ass.
Nah it won't. Because by that time, AMD Vega 10 + 11 will be here.

1070 and 1080 will recieve pricecuts and put them in line with 970/980 pricing.

1080 Ti will probably be around 980 Ti launch price, maybe slightly more because of HBM2.

If you are right tho, I predict major AMD marketshare gain...
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#7
ZoneDymo
Titan P....gawd what a stupid name, probably P as in Pascal?
How about changing the name up to Olympus or something, or Tartarus?

las said:
Nah it won't. Because by that time, AMD Vega 10 + 11 will be here.

1070 and 1080 will recieve pricecuts and put them in line with 970/980 pricing.

1080 Ti will probably be around 980 Ti launch price, maybe slightly more because of HBM2.

If you are right tho, I predict major AMD marketshare gain...
"The GP102 is also expected to feature simpler 384-bit GDDR5X memory. NVIDIA could base the GTX 1080 Ti on this chip."
The 1080 Ti is expected not to have HBM memory
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#8
The Quim Reaper
Well whatever the actual configuration of the 1080Ti is, you can bet it will follow the same performance metric as the 980Ti over the 980.

A 1080Ti will basically be around 30% faster than a 1080 and come with 12GB of Vram.

Oh, and that will still not be enough to play 4K at 60fps+ on a single card, you'll have to wait until the next generation of cards in 2018 for that to be possible.
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#9
Saturn11111
I just wonder how could AMD defeat this beast, however,the VEGA is still GCN..
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#11
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Fabulous card, but I'll bet it depressingly tops £1300 putting it out of reach. :ohwell:
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#12
9700 Pro
Titan with 16GB & 4096bit
GTX1080Ti with 12GB & 3072bit

Sounds like what I think is coming from the large Pascal GPU.
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#13
Melvis
Cool, but whatever, its to expensive as it be close to $2000 here in AUS. The GTX 1080 is already at $1200.
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#14
laszlo
Recus said:
Fake, because AMD has HBM2 priority. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
priority doesn't mean nvidia is not allowed to buy hbm2

if supply exceed amd capacity to use them than nvidia is there to buy
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#16
I No
And me here thinking that nVidia already has HBM2 for the GP100. But yeah AMD has prio i guess....
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#17
jihadjoe
If it's really GP100 then even at $1200-$1700 this will be a bang for the buck part for those who need the 1/2DP.
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#18
las
laszlo said:
priority doesn't mean nvidia is not allowed to buy hbm2

if supply exceed amd capacity to use them than nvidia is there to buy
AMD has "priority" on Hynix HBM2 modules, but Samsung makes HBM2 too.
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#19
GC_PaNzerFIN
I have to say I do not believe the source site & writer to be trust worthy. If I am correct, this is brightsideofthenews Theo, who put so much false info out some of it eventually is bound to be true.

So no, I am not cancelling my GTX 1080 order.
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#20
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
The Quim Reaper said:
Oh, and that will still not be enough to play 4K at 60fps+ on a single card, you'll have to wait until the next generation of cards in 2018 for that to be possible.
I actually had to laugh. I remember people saying that about the Maxwell gen..."wait till Pascal, the we can play 4K single card".
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#22
TheinsanegamerN
ZoneDymo said:
Titan P....gawd what a stupid name, probably P as in Pascal?
How about changing the name up to Olympus or something, or Tartarus?



"The GP102 is also expected to feature simpler 384-bit GDDR5X memory. NVIDIA could base the GTX 1080 Ti on this chip."
The 1080 Ti is expected not to have HBM memory
I'm not even sure the 1080ti needs it. Seeing as a GDDR based card is easier to make, and GDDR5X is capable of pushing HBM1 bandwidth, nvidia may be smart in using non HBM for anything that isnt high margin, like a tesla or quadro product.
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#23
bug
I'm not even in the market for a 1080, so Titan really doesn't do anything for me. They could build only 5 Titan Ps and sell them for $1M each, I still wouldn't care.
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#24
dadyal
I have never seen anyone as miserable as owners of titan gpus once $300 gpus next year beats their gpu :D
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#25
robal
GP100 based ?
I thought they'll make both TITAN and 1080Ti out of GP102.
Is there any use for those FP64s on a GPU ?
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