The long-rumored GTX 1080 Ti has just been spotted at Zauba website, and more details are finally in the wild. The card is likely to feature 10GB of vRAM according to the exposed shipping manifest.
In light of earlier leaks, GTX 1080 Ti will continue to pack GP102 GPU, 3328 CUDA cores, and the clock speeds will be slightly improved – base clock of 1503MHz and boost clock of 1623MHz, while the floating point performance is around 10TFLOPS. The 10GB of GDDR5X memory sounds reasonable, but it’s sort of confusing to learn about the memory interface of 384-bit.
An earlier report at Tweaktown suggested GTX 1080 Ti would become available for $899, but the new information points out the price tag would be around $1000.