Thursday, September 15th 2016

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Specifications Leaked, Inbound for Holiday 2016?

NVIDIA is giving finishing touches to its next enthusiast-segment graphics card based on the "Pascal" architecture, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Its specifications were allegedly screengrabbed by a keen-eyed enthusiast snooping around NVIDIA website, before being redacted. The specs-sheet reveals that the GTX 1080 Ti is based on the same GP102 silicon as the TITAN X Pascal, but is further cut-down from it. Given that the GTX 1080 is unflinching from its $599-$699 price-point, with some custom-design cards even being sold at over $800, the GTX 1080 Ti could either be positioned around the $850-mark, or be priced lower, disrupting currently overpriced custom GTX 1080 offerings. By pricing the TITAN X Pascal at $1200, NVIDIA appears to have given itself headroom to price the GTX 1080 Ti in a way that doesn't cannibalize premium GTX 1080 offerings.

The GTX 1080 Ti is carved out of the GP102 silicon by disabling 4 out of 30 streaming multiprocessors, resulting in 3,328 CUDA cores. The resulting TMU count is 208. The card could retain its ROP count of 96. The card will be endowed with 12 GB of GDDR5 memory across the chip's 384-bit wide memory interface, instead of GDDR5X on the TITAN X Pascal. This should yield 384 GB/s of memory bandwidth, significantly lesser than the 480 GB/s bandwidth the TITAN X Pascal enjoys, with its 10 Gbps memory chips. The GPU is clocked at 1503 MHz, with 1623 MHz GPU Boost. The card's TDP is rated at 250W, same as the TITAN X Pascal.
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Specifications:
  • 16 nm GP102 silicon
  • 3,328 CUDA cores
  • 208 TMUs
  • 96 ROPs
  • 12 GB GDDR5 memory
  • 384-bit GDDR5 memory interface
  • 1503 MHz core, 1623 MHz GPU Boost
  • 8 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory
  • 384 GB/s memory bandwidth
  • 250W TDP
Source: OC3D
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176 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Specifications Leaked, Inbound for Holiday 2016?

#1
aldo5
"GTX 1080 is unflinching fro its $599-$699 price-point, with some custom-design cards even being sold at over $800, the GTX 1080 Ti could either be positioned around the $850-mark, or be priced lower, disrupting currently overpriced custom GTX 1080 offerings. By pricing the TITAN X Pascal at $1200"

plz AMD give us Vega (and it better be decent) or else prices above will be accepted as norm and probably will see increase over that in next gen (such a ridiculous prices for gpu, that still will not be able to run 4K at 60 in fricken 2017.)
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#2
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Price point of $850. Right where I thought it would be and more than I'm willing to spend on a graphics card.

Judging by the TITAN X Pascal review on TPU, the performance gain won't be all that much either, especially as it's gonna be slower than the TXP.
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#3
WhyCry
This was posted one month ago on reddit then -> wccf -> oc3d -> techpowerup.
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#4
gdallsk
Is it going to make me dinner and cuddle up with me when I cry?
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#5
Uzair101
I'd be a shame if they skip GDDR5X
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#6
BirdyNV
Honestly a graphics card that is more than 500 dollars isn't really worth it IMO. (Blankets most 1080s, titans, and even the pro duo from AMD). I don't see a point for something being priced so high when a card that's half the price delivers a respectable gaming experience, yes I am strictly speaking about gaming. Beyond the fact of just having one to have it. I don't know maybe its the hardware hipster in me, but I don't think AMD or NVIDIA should continue this kind of trend. Considering you can buy a R9 Fury X for 389.99 right now, and a 1070 for just over 400. Meh.
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#7
64K
I was pretty certain Nvidia would release this GPU. They are fairly predictable with their product stack for the last couple of generations. They needed something high end besides the Titan X because there are customers that want something close to the top but just will not pay $1,200 for it. With non reference coolers it will be a beast.
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#8
RejZoR
If GTX 1080 goes for 800 and Titan XP for 1200, expect 1000 for GTX 1080Ti...
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#9
BirdyNV
RejZoR said:
If GTX 1080 goes for 800 and Titan XP for 1200, expect 1000 for GTX 1080Ti...
GTX 1080 a shaved down Titan XP!...GTX 1080Ti a slightly less shaved down Titan XP!!
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#10
CounterZeus
Sad, they are using gddr5x for gtx1080, which yields 320GBps memory bandwidth on a bus that is way smaller.
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#11
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
BirdyNV said:
GTX 1080 a shaved down Titan XP!...GTX 1080Ti a slightly less shaved down Titan XP!!
It might seem that way, but 1080 is built on an entirely different chip.
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#12
BirdyNV
rtwjunkie said:
It might seem that way, but 1080 is built on an entirely different chip.
Very true, but even then that chip is a shaved down version of the same chip used in the Titan XP. GP 104 vs GP 102. (not sure if those are the right images of the architecture)
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#13
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
gdallsk said:
Is it going to make me dinner and cuddle up with me when I cry?
Yes.

BirdyNV said:
Very true, but even then that chip is a shaved down version of the same chip used in the Titan XP. GP 104 vs GP 102. (not sure if those are the right images of the architecture)
It might seem that way, but rtwjunkie is right, it's not a big chip with bits disabled, but a physically smaller chip with nothing missing on GP104.
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#14
$ReaPeR$
LOL not the least bit surprising. the fe will go for 900$ imo and its msrp will probably be 800$
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#15
GreiverBlade
qubit said:
Price point of $850. Right where I thought it would be and more than I'm willing to spend on a graphics card.

Judging by the TITAN X Pascal review on TPU, the performance gain won't be all that much either, especially as it's gonna be slower than the TXP.
just like we discussed in the MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X review thread :D a TXP is not far ahead from a decently OC'ed 1080 so the Ti will be in the middle the 1080 will be able to reach and surpass it (ofc a Ti will be OC'able too but ... to what extent? ) and the Ti will be overpriced no matter what.

bottom line?

you want a 1080? get a 1070 and OC it later ... it's sufficient for now (up to 1440p ) for me it translate into a ~400chf price reduction

you want a 1080Ti? get a 1080 and OC it later ... it's sufficient for now (up to 4k if not too hardcore on settings ... come on ... FXAA/MSAA/TXAA are not needed for it :p ) it would have been a ~200chf price reduction

you want a Titan X Pascal? think again .... or get a 1080 and OC it ... or wait the 1080Ti and OC it but the price reduction would not be really worth it ... IF ..., a big IF, the MSRP would be respected ... pfahahahaha, at MSRP that would be a ~200chf price reduction (out of MSRP : 50 to 100chf price reduction i bet ... :laugh: )

$ReaPeR$ said:
LOL not the least bit surprising. the fe will go for 900$ imo and its msrp will probably be 800$
nah ... 800$ MSRP maybe ... but 1000+ price ... pfahahaha (country dependent ... ofc )
TXP are 1400-1500chf where i am (1541.17$ opposed to 1200$ ) unless nvidia store ...
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#16
BirdyNV
qubit said:
Yes.


It might seem that way, but rtwjunkie is right, it's not a big chip with bits disabled, but a physically smaller chip with nothing missing on GP104.
True...
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#17
gdallsk
qubit said:
Yes.
It better, for a price like that :laugh:
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#18
BirdyNV
BirdyNV said:
True...
I guess we will see. If it doesn't provide any benefit over a 1080 then it will flop :\
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#19
Outback Bronze
GreiverBlade said:
just like we discussed in the MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X review thread :D a TXP is not far from a decently OC'ed 1080 so the Ti will be in the middle the 1080 will be able to reach and surpass it (ofc a Ti will be OC'able too but ... to what extent? ) and the Ti will be overpriced no matter what.

bottom line?

you want a 1080? get a 1070 and OC it later ... it's sufficient for now (up to 1440p ) for me it translate into a ~400chf price reduction

you want a 1080Ti? get a 1080 and OC it later ... it's sufficient for now (up to 4k if not too hardcore on settings ... come on ... FXAA/MSAA/TXAA are not needed for it :p ) it would have been a ~200chf price reduction

you want a Titan X Pascal? think again .... or get a 1080 and OC it ... or wait the 1080Ti and OC it but the price reduction would not be really worth it ... IF ..., a big IF, the MSRP would be respected ... pfahahahaha, at MSRP that would be a ~200chf price reduction (out of MSRP : 50 to 100chf price reduction i bet ... :laugh: )


nah ... 800$ MSRP maybe ... but 1000+ price ... pfahahaha (country dependent ... ofc )
TXP are 1400-1500chf where i am (1541.17$ opposed to 1200$ ) unless nvidia store ...
This is exactly why I chose GTX1070 Sli. Should beat just about anything with value to boot.

When I purchased a GTX 980 a while back, I thought what a sweet card. Then the GTX 970 comes out at pretty much half the price with almost same performance and then a couple of months later a 980 Ti comes out.

This combination of released NVidia GPU's made my card pretty much obsolete overnight.

I didn't want the same issue to happen again so played it safe...
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#20
xorbe
month old rumor source
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#21
the54thvoid
I don't believe for a second a 1080 ti wouldn't use GDDR5X, when the 1080 does. Bogus info all round methinks and as people are saying, TPU doing some regurgitating.

A 1080 ti has no place in the market until Vega arrives. Even then, I don't believe anyone would actually pay for a middle ground between a 1080 and a Titan X.
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#22
Prima.Vera
RejZoR said:
If GTX 1080 goes for 800 and Titan XP for 1200, expect 1000 for GTX 1080Ti...
True. And still there are some people considering those prices norm for a gods damn video card!
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#23
GhostRyder
the54thvoid said:
I don't believe for a second a 1080 ti wouldn't use GDDR5X, when the 1080 does. Bogus info all round methinks and as people are saying, TPU doing some regurgitating.

A 1080 ti has no place in the market until Vega arrives. Even then, I don't believe anyone would actually pay for a middle ground between a 1080 and a Titan X.
It does seem a bit ridiculous, however they maybe assuming since it has the bigger bus its not necessary and that's how they keep the cost down. I would find it ridiculous as well, but this would not completely surprise me if its true.

That being said, way to early to judge.

If this does turn out to be true, well it will still be a decent card just not as great as people had hoped.
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#24
efikkan
"GTX 1080 Ti" is scheduled for Q4. It will probably perform ~30% over GTX 1080 or better.

aldo5 said:

plz AMD give us Vulcan (and it better be decent) or else prices above will be accepted as norm and probably will see increase over that in next gen (such a ridiculous prices for gpu, that still will not be able to run 4K at 60 in fricken 2017.)
Do you mean Vega? Coming in March or later…

BirdyNV said:
Very true, but even then that chip is a shaved down version of the same chip used in the Titan XP. GP 104 vs GP 102. (not sure if those are the right images of the architecture)
GTX 1080 is using GP104 which is a scaled down Pascal architecture, not a shaved down chip.
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#25
GreiverBlade
GhostRyder said:
It does seem a bit ridiculous, however they maybe assuming since it has the bigger bus its not necessary and that's how they keep the cost down. I would find it ridiculous as well, but this would not completely surprise me if its true.

That being said, way to early to judge.

If this does turn out to be true, well it will still be a decent card just not as great as people had hoped.
looking at your syspecs i wonder about clock speed ... you write 2025 but it's totally not that :D it's like for me to write 2100 while the core is actually 1700, i wish people would drop max boost clock and use the regular clock :roll:

other than that, enjoying your TXP? (i hope so ... it's still "THE beast" of the actual lineup )

efikkan said:
"GTX 1080 Ti" is scheduled for Q4. It will probably perform ~30% over GTX 1080 or better.
aherm ... ~30% over a 1080 is already what a TXP give .... soooo ... sure?

since the TXP is not "way" ahead a 1080 ...

although the 780Ti and 980Ti did also made Titan and Titan X owner sad because they where so close, and even above in some case involving a better OC'ability, for a "fraction" of the price (not for me ... most Ti were priced like a Titan counterpart ... at my retailer/etailer nonetheless )
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