NVIDIA has been kind of quiet about its upcoming Pascal architecture, but people never stop speculating about it. A recent post indicates that the company’s next-generation graphics cards would be utilizing a new naming scheme – GeForce X.
According to Videocardz, we can expect GeForce X80, GeForce X80 Ti, GeForce X80 Titan and etc after the company moves to 16nm FinFET. It’s hard to say though what would happen to GT, GTS and non-GT series.
Designed to take place of GTX 980, GeForce X80 will be powered by GP104 GPU, featuring 4096 CUDA cores, 256TMUs, 128ROPs, 6GB of GDDR5 memory running at 2000MHz with memory bus of 384-bit.
The GP100-based GeForce X80 Ti will include 5120 CUDA cores, 320TMUs, 160ROPs, 8GB of GDDR5 memory running at 2000MHz as well with memory bus of 512bit.
The high-end GeForce X80 Titan packs full GP100 GPU, 6144 CUDA cores, 384TMUs, 192ROPs and HBM2 memory running at 1000MHz. The memory bus is 4096bit and TDP is 225W.
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