If you visit NVIDIA’s website, you will be greeted by a teaser poster related to some big product announcements that the company has in-store for us at CES 2017 tradeshow. Recent trends across the tech industry point towards a propitious 2017 making up for the rather dormant 2016 in innovation department. NVIDIA is another tech giant that has just hinted that it has something special lined up this year, but, according to the official webpage of the company, we will have to wait until the CES 2017 event to clear glimpse of what it is. If you have been keeping abreast with latest NVIDIA news and leaks, this announcement is most likely related to the revealing of the company’s highly anticipated Geforce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card along with the Geforce Club Elite service. At present, NVIDIA’s domains are displaying a countdown timer, teaser banners are being posted on various social media accounts of the firm. At the time of this writing, the counter is showing just over 2 days to the big unveil.
NVIDIA To Finally Reveal Geforce GTX 1080 Ti At CES 2017, According To Industry Reports
We are yet to see an improvement in the power of graphics chips in the market sector dominated by graphics technology ever since the launch of Pascal. AMD’s decision to hold back on the update of its flagship graphics card left little incentive for NVIDIA to bring its own competing Ti product in the market. However, NVIDIA appears all set to buck the trend with the potential unveiling of the first big product launch of 2017 in the tech industry as the company is alluding the release of its flagship graphics card.
In one of the recent leaks, someone at NVIDIA made a massive mistake by inadvertently confirming the actuality of the GTX 1080 Ti. Moreover, one recent job posting by NIVIDIA indirectly suggested that the company is introducing the Club Geforce Elite service aimed primarily at existing Geforce GTX 980 Ti owners to goad them to upgrade their graphic cards to the upcoming GTX 1080 Ti. We are basing the release of Geforce GTX 1080 solely on an accidental slip up by someone at NVIDIA who posted the information online, we hope that poor sole managed to hold on to his or her job. That job posting was briskly taken down but nowadays that’s all it takes for information to get out.
If the information circulating the tech circles is the to be believed, NVIDIA is planning to launch a new Club Geforce Elite service, which will be like a supermarket loyalty card, and will provide services such as: free game codes to the most active users of Share and GeForce Forum users, free game codes whoever points out bugs or suggest experience enhancing features, free game codes to who rank most negative and positive on sentiment tools, and provide all needed assistance to current GTX 980 Ti owner to serve them on priority basis to enable a smooth transition from GTX 980 Ti to Geforce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card on the user device.
NVIDIA hasn’t officially announced or provided any concrete detail about the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti or Geforce Elite Service, but latest chain of leaks is enough to enable us to make an educated guess that the product most likely to be released at CES 2017 is going to be Geforce 1080 Ti along with the Club Geforce Elite Service. Nothing is known regarding the pricing. But, due to Zauba sightings, we are at a better place to predict the features of the alleged NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. Some of the confirmed specs of the Geforce GTX 1080 Ti card, include: 384 Bit Bus, 10 GB vRAM, GP102 Core base, and Geforce Elite Club service.
NIVIDA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Specs (Unconfirmed) & Comparison —
|RazinTech||GTX TItan X Pascal||GTX 1080 Ti||GTX 1080|
|Transistors||12 Billion||12 Billion||7.2 Billion|
|Memory||12GB GDDR5X||TBD||8GB GDDR5X|
|Compute||11 TFLOPS||TBD||9 TFLOPS|
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