We have been talking a lot about NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card. While everything posted over the past couple of weeks has been rumors, everything in this post comes from a credible source and can be considered confirmed.
So first off we can officially confirm that the next card in the GeForce 900 series is codenamed the GTX 980 Ti. If you remember NVIDIA took this same route with the Titan Black and the GTX 780 Ti. So you have the GTX Titan X with its 12GB memory and the GeForce GTX 980 Ti will have half that at 6GB.
Both card have the same board model, and will most likely feature the same reference cooler. The big difference is that the GTX 980 Ti will have custom cooling solutions from AIB partners.
The GTX 980 Ti will have a total of five display outputs. These will include three DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI-I, so the same as the Titan X as well.
The information that is not confirmed is the actual specifications of the card. Many people think it will have the full GM200 silicon, but that has not been confirmed. It has been confirmed however that the card will sport the GM200-310 GPU. Now how is that different from the GM200-400 that is on the Titan X? We are not sure.
Stay tuned for more information as it comes in!