GTX 980 Ti Release Date, Specs: Nvidia GM-200-310 Powered, 4 GB VRAM, Custom Cooling System, Display Outputs, and More
Nvidia, a popular graphics card manufacturer is to release its new GeForce GTX 980 Ti this May. The company may be mum about the specifications of the card but recent reports have claimed that the new card will feature a GM 200-310 GPU and a 4 GB of VRAM. The card is even said to feature custom cooling systems.
Though it may have taken quite a long time for Nvidia to release their new card, however, it was concluded that the release is not delayed. According to a report, Nvidia is waiting for AMD to make its move and release the Radeon Card. But the latter company seems to choose to release its card at the Computex Taiwan in June. Nvidia aims to bring the GTX 980 Ti against the Radeon R9 390 by AMD.
Nvidia will be releasing the flagship graphics card with a 6 GB of VRAM. The specs of the GTX 980 Ti are based on the GM 200 chip. The chip is said to be equipped with 3072 stream processors, 384 bit memory interface, and 6 GB of GDDR5 frame buffer. With this specs, the GTX 980 Ti would be considerably 50 percent faster compared to Titan Black (still a card by Nvidia).
The GTX 980 Ti will be available with custom cooling solutions which range from air, water, and hybrid cooling solutions. It will also have 5 display outputs: 3xDisplay ports, HDMI, and DVI-I. it will also have 3072 CUDA Cores.
With these amazing feats, Nvidia certainly aims to market the cards to high-end PC gamers. And given the name of the company, the price of the GTX 980 Ti will go around between 700 to 800 US dollars which is considerably more expensive compared to that of AMD. Perhaps the rival manufacturer will offer the same performance at a lower price.
Either way, the GTX 980 TI release can no longer be stopped. According to some reports, it will be launched this May 16th up to 26th. Rest assured, the newest card by Nvidia which hosting a GM 200-310 GPU, 4 GB VRAM with custom coolers will definitely be a card with an outstanding performance.