It looks like NVIDIA is prepping yet another graphics card based on its Maxwell architecture. This time it will be the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, which will feature the full GM200 silicon. According to reports this will not be a cut-down version of the chip either and the card will feature the full 3072 CUDA cores.
What is even more interesting is that the report says that the card will actually be clocked 10% higher than the flagship GeForce GTX Titan X, so it will actually be faster. Unlike the 12 GB of VRAM on the Titan X, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti will only have 6GB of VRAM.
We expect to see this card come out at some point this summer. Maybe at Computex? Could NVIDIA try and steal AMD’s thunder at the event? The other big question is how will NVIDIA price this card? If it is actually faster than the Titan X, but offers less memory what would the correct price point be?
When it comes to functionality we do know that the 6GB of VRAM is enough for most current titles to be played at 4K resolution. Expect to hear more about this card as we get closer to summer.