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Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

 

Rumors now suggest that Nvidia's Pascal GPUs are will be released in Early to Mid June, with GPUs that are to replace the GTX 980Ti, GTX 980 and GTX 970 SKUs. 

These GPUs are rumored to be based on the Nvidia GP-104 GPU core design, with different configurations for each of the 3 upcoming GPUs. Right now very little is known about these upcoming GPU, like VRAM capacity, memory type or any more detailed core specifications. 

  Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June  

The high-end replacements for the GTX 980 and 980ti are expected to arrive in early June, with the lower end GTX 970 replacement expected later in the month. 

Like their GTX 900 series equivalents the GTX 980Ti and GTX 980 replacements will be available first with Nvidia reference designs and later with custom AIB models.  

In the last generation of GPUs the GTX 970 did not have an official Nvidia reference design, though some OEMs did sell GTX 970 GPUs using the GTX 980 reference PCB. The GP 104-150 is expected to only be available with custom AIB designs, but it is likely there will be some versions that are based on the reference designs of the higher end GP-104 models.   

 

Nvidia Pascal GPUs expected in Early to Mid June

 

Right now there is no information that is officially available on Nvidia's upcoming Pascal series of GTX GPUs, but they are expected to offer greatly improved performance per watt and greater DirectX 12 compatibility.  

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's upcoming Pascal GPUs on the OC3D Forums.

   

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18-04-2016, 08:01:39

Kushiro
Wut about the notebook GPUs!!!

I need an upgrade there that will support DX12 properly.Quote

19-04-2016, 09:43:19

anesthetic
I thought the X80ti chips used cut down the "Big" chips. 980ti uses GM200 vs 980 uses GM204.
Looks like the 1080 will be a cut down 1080ti

Posts merged - Please don't post multiple times in a row.

Nvm i read that all wrong- the 1080 will replace the 980ti. Need moar coffee.Quote
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