A few days ago, there were rumors that NVIDIA planned to release GeForce GTX 980 Ti – Maxwell Generation of top-tier Graphics card featuring full Maxwell GM200 GPU core. A couple of days ago the release of GTX Titan X which is equipped with 12GB was more than enough to increase the eager for Geforce GTX 980 Ti among the players and finally as reported by the Swedish service Sweclockers, NVIDIA is ready with the GeForce GTX 980 Ti and they are just waiting for an opportune moment for its release – it is not difficult to guess that they are waiting for the debut of Radeon R9 390X, which is expected to release in early June at Computex 2015. According to previous news GeForce GTX 980 Ti will make its entry into this summer. The manufacturers will be able to fine-tune their copyright cooling.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti is Ready to Give a tough Competition 

NVIDIA GM200 Block Diagram

NVIDIA GM200 Block Diagram

As mentioned above it has been theorized for a long while that NVIDIA will take after that dispatch with a GTX 980Ti into at a lower price point yet in light of that same GM200 GPU all be it with a few CUDA cores disabled. However, that is not going to happen as indicated by the report by our great companions from Sweden. What is going to happen is really far superior.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Alleged Specifications

Tech4Gamers GeForce GTX 980 GeForce Titan X GeForce GTX 980 Ti
GPU Maxwell GM204 Maxwell GM200 Maxwell GM200
CUDA Cores 2048 3072 3072
Units TMU 128 192 192
ROP Units 64 96 96
Clock Speed 1126/1216 MHz 1000/1075 MHz ~ 1100/1200 MHz
Video memory 4 GB GDDR5 256-bit 12 GB of GDDR5 384-bit 6 GB GDDR5 384-bit
Memory clock 7000 MHz 7000 MHz 7000 MHz
Memory Bandwidth 224 GB / s 336 GB / s 336 GB / s
Additional power 2x 6-pin 6 + 8-pin 6 + 8-pin
TDP 165 W 250 W 250 W
The Price $ 549 $ 999 TBA

As indicated by the source the card being referred to will really emphasize the full 3072 CUDA cores and won’t utilize a cut-down harvested version of GM200 GPU Core. Furthermore the card Clocked cores will be about 10% higher than the Titan X, so it will actually be quicker. At last the memory will be divided, down from 12GB to a more sensible 6GB.

In spite of the fact that from a usefulness angle 6GB of VRAM will be sufficient for the larger part of current amusement titles at 4K. There are a couple of circumstances where memory utilization will really surpass 6GB and reach up to 7GB as indicated by Nvidia’s own trying and autonomous testing. Which may be a drawback for potential GTX 980Ti SLI clients at 4K who might extremely well run into this issue, giving the Titan X leeway here. Alternately actually permitting AMD to exploit this drawback with its mythical 8GB HBM R9 390X, which is supposed to clash with Nvidia’s Titan X regarding execution.

What’s more, aside from the distinction in the amount of available VRAM. The Titan X is made specifically by Nvidia.Nvidia’s add-in-board partners are not permitted to offer any adjusted renditions of the card with an alternate PCB configuration or an alternate cooler out of the case. The case will be altogether different with the 980Ti. As Nvidia will permit its AIB’s to separate themselves with custom PCBs and cooling arrangements, an or more for players.

It is also worth noting that the new card will be available in a much more attractive price – the details are not known, but speculation about 599-699 dollars. According to you what will be a suitable price for this model?

Source: Sweclockers

NVIDIA Maxwell GM200-

NVIDIA Maxwell GM200-