Oct 13, 2016 10:23 AM EDT
GTX 1080 Ti Release Date and Nvidia Keynote at CES 2017: What to Expect? [VIDEO]
It may still be months away from CES 2017 kickoff but the rants about GTX 1080 Ti launch are building up each day. Here's what to expect with the upcoming Pascal graphics card.
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti to be introduced at CES 2017?
A news release has announced that Nvidia's founder, Jen-Hsun Huang, will deliver keynote address at the CES 2017, BusinessWire repoted. There are a few interesting topics to keep an eye on. The CEO prepares to address 'the latest' in Virtual Reality, AI, self-driving cars, and most importantly gaming.
The public should expect Huang to talk about the latest trends and what Nvidia has been working on so far. Being one of the leading players in GPU market for two decades, it is almost certain that the 'gaming' topic would include an introduction to the long-awaited premium graphics card, GTX 1080 Ti.
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti specifications as speculated by tech experts
Numerous reports suggest that the GTX 1080 Ti would be the premium card with Pascal-based architecture. It will likely feature 332b CUDA cores, with 1503 MHz base clock and 1623 MHz boost clock. A whopping VRAM of 12 GB is also expected to be shipped with GTX 1080 Ti.
Judging from the rumored specs, GTX 1080 Ti would make a great card for 4K or VR gaming. However, tech analysts have predicted that Nvidia could set a high price for this beast. It can range between $650 to $1200, according to PCGamer.
GTX 1080 Ti release date
If the rattling about Nvidia unveiling GTX 1080 Ti is true, gamers can expect the card's release date in Q2 2017. CES 2017 will be held from January 3-8, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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