Alleged GTX 1080Ti and Titan specifications surface

Alleged GTX 1080Ti and Titan specifications surface

Alleged GTX 1080Ti and Titan specifications surface

Alleged GTX 1080Ti and Titan specifications surface


This article was possible thanks to information provided by Sonicpete on the OC3D Forums.


Alleged GTX 1080Ti and Titan specifications have surfaced online, hinting that Nvidia will be making a larger Pascal GPU that is not powered by HBM2 memory. While the source for this leak is untrustworthy, it certainly opens up room for a discussion regarding what GPUs will be coming in the future. 

At this time we consider these specifications to be a fabrication, but a fabrication that is based on some common trends that Nvidia has followed over the past few years. 

For the past few generations, Nvidia has done taken the same steps when releasing a new GPU architecture, starting off with an X80 series GPU and following it up with a GTX Titan and later a "cut down" Titan variant like the GTX 780 or GTX 980Ti. One other common trend here is that Titan series GPUs have always had a 384-bit memory bus and have had 1.5x the GPU cores as the GTX X80 series chip of the same architecture. 

These rumored specifications take these trends and map out what a hypothetical Pascal GTX Titan, with 1.5x the GPU cores of the GTX 1080 and a 384-bit memory bus. We can also see in the table below that this rumored Pascal Titan also has 50% more TMUs and ROPs as the GTX 1080.  

  Alleged GTX 1080Ti and Titan specifications surface  

If these rumored specifications are true it means that Nvidia is not planning on releasing a GPU that uses HBM2 memory anytime soon on consumer GPUs, which is something that we think is very unlikely given the fact that Nvidia has already been shown using HBM2 memory in their Tesla P100 processing unit.


What do you think of these rumored GTX 1080Ti and Pascal Titan Specifications? Do you think they are real?  You can join the discussion on these rumored GTX 1080Ti and Pascal Titan specifications on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

25-05-2016, 16:33:45

I have decided to upgrade this into a full news thread and have made an article on the main site based on the information from Sonicpete.

Nice find here, thank you for this information. I think this will start a great discussion.


You can read our thoughts on these alleged GTX 1080Ti specifications here. Quote

25-05-2016, 16:53:21

Nice one PeteQuote

26-05-2016, 04:14:50

...always wait for the Ti.Quote

26-05-2016, 04:19:46

Originally Posted by Chopper3 View Post
...always wait for the Titan.
Fixed :PQuote

26-05-2016, 04:28:13

Titans arent really worth waiting for. The Ti has been that better pick.Quote

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