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NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti GPU-Z specifications leaked

NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti GPU-Z specifications leaked

Nvidia shows off the TITAN X at GDC

NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti GPU-Z Specifications leaked

 

We now have some GPU-Z Screenshots of the GTX 980Ti which pretty much confirms the specifications of the upcoming GPU that were leaked last week. The GPU will be using the same Maxwell GPU core as the Titan X, but it will have 256 less CUDA cores and only 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM, meaning that this GPU has more similarities to the GTX Titan X than the 980. 

 

GTX 980Ti Smiles for the Camera

 

 


Nvidia have only disabled one SMX unit from their GM 200 GPU core and halved the GPUs memory, meaning that this GPU should lean more towards the Titan X than the GTX 980 in performance terms. With one less SMX unit the GTX 980Ti will have 256 less CUDA cores than the Titan X and  768 more CUDA cores than the GTX 980. 

Right now we do not know that price of this monster GPU from Nvidia, but if it is $750, which is just about half way between the GTX Titan X and the GTX 980, it will pretty much render the GTX Titan X redundant as a purchase unless you really need those 12GB of VRAM. 

The base clock of the GTX 980Ti will be 1000MHz and will boost up to 1076MHz, but Videocardz claim that an overclocked base clock of 1200MHz is relatively easy on early samples. 

 

GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU-Z specifications

Nvidia GTX 980Ti Specs and Performance Leaked

 

 In terms of performance the GTX 980Ti should perform almost identically to the Titan X, making me think that Ti should stand for "Titan Irrelevant" rather than anything else. 

Right now we do not know if Nvidia have disabled any ROP units on the GTX 980Ti, like they did on the GTX 970, so right now we cannot confirm if it suffers from the same memory issues.

Until we can test this GPU and Nvidia can release the retail pricing for it we cannot possibly give you our recommendation for this GPU, but given recent pricing trends from Nvidia this GPU may just be a real bargain price/performance wise.

 

You can join the discussion on the GTX 980 Ti on the OC3D forums.

 

 

We now have some GPU-Z Screenshots of the GTX 980Ti which pretty much confirms the specifications of the upcoming GPU....

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 26 May 2015
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26-05-2015, 07:10:09

AverageNinja
If they handle this the same way they handled the GTX 670 (a lot cheap than the 680, similar performance), they have a real winner on their hands. Can't wait to learn more.

Nice article too, I enjoyed reading it Quote

26-05-2015, 07:28:27

Dicehunter
Good article although I don't think Ti should stand for Titan Irrelevant , 256 more CUDA cores and 6GB extra memory do come into play especially at 4K.

Through my testing most games easily pass the 6GB mark at 4K with some like COD:Advanced Warfare actually surpassing 10GB at 4K.Quote

26-05-2015, 07:33:53

Chrazey
But can't that be cause of the game having so much VRAM to utilize, that it kinda "uses more than actually needed", so to speak?... If you get what I mean?.

Plus, seems like you're really trying to defend your baby and getting people into the Titan X, rather than the 980Ti Quote

26-05-2015, 07:39:20

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
But can't that be cause of the game having so much VRAM to utilize, that it kinda "uses more than actually needed", so to speak?... If you get what I mean?.
Could be yes, All I know is that playing games at 4K has never felt so smooth

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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
plus, seems like you're really trying to defend your baby and getting people into the Titan X, rather than the 980Ti
Not defending just educating, Most of the people who say stuff like "Titan Irrelevant" are either those who haven't ever owned one or have only reviewed one and not used it for more than a week i.e reviewers, Testers etc...Quote

26-05-2015, 07:45:50

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Could be yes, All I know is that playing games at 4K has never felt so smooth



Not defending just educating, Most of the people who say stuff like "Titan Irrelevant" are either those who haven't ever owned one or have only reviewed one and not used it for more than a week i.e reviewers, Testers etc...

/looks at Titan X

You keep defending it son. Ima just laugh.Quote
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