For NVIDIA things are going very well with their new graphics cards based on the Pascal architecture, which are rapidly popular after deflating the initial price point of AMD in a mid-range segment (the balance between price and performance). Although NVIDIA’s high-end graphics cards (Geforce GTX 1070 and GeForce GTX 1080) are expensive compared to their predecessors, but lack of competition and good performance paved their way to also enjoy the same popularity.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Will Be Announced In January At CES 2017
Now born speculations suggest that NVIDIA will announce GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in early January, specifically the first week at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
This news come from NVIDIA’s official blog. NVIDIA CEO will make important announcements in the areas of artificial intelligence, Self-Driving Cars and some areas of our interests like virtual reality and the gaming world.
“NVIDIA plays a central role in some of the most important technology forces changing our world today,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, Consumer Technology Association. “Its work in artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, VR and gaming puts the company on the leading edge of the industry. Mr. Huang is a visionary CEO who consistently anticipates trends well before their arrival. I am especially pleased to welcome him to the keynote stage given the growth we’ve seen in all of these areas on the CES show floor.”
According to the rumors, the new flagship graphics card would be based on the Pascal GP102 silicon consist of 3840 CUDA cores, it would be 50 percent more powerful than the GeForce GTX 1080 (or roughly equivalent to SLI configuration of GeForce GTX 1080). We can say it would be the first graphic card in the market which can easily run every game you throw at it @ 60 FPS /4k resolution.