NVIDIA Pascal GP106-Based Graphics Cards To Launch in Autumn 2016

It is likely that we will see NVIDIA launch its first graphics cards based on the GP106 silicon some time in Autumn 2016 (Q3-Q4). The GP106 silicon is based on the NVIDIA’s next-generation “Pascal” architecture and will power several key mid-range and performance-segment SKUs including cards that will succeed the current GeForce GTX 960 and GTX 950 graphics cards.


If we take a look at how NVIDIA’s GP100 is structured and if the GP106 features two graphics clusters (GPCs) like the current GM206 silicon does, the CUDA core count should be around 1280. NVIDIA could use this chip to power several sub-$250 graphics cards.

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