NVIDIA Officially Announced the Launch of GTX 1080 Ti At Price $699, 12 billion transistors, overclocking ability and Overall Specs

GTX 1080 Ti
GTX 1080 Ti

Last January, gaming enthusiasts were disappointed with Nvidia for not announcing its expected upcoming high-end graphic card. Attendants of Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2016) went back home with heavy heart. However, they have a reason to be happy now on the announcement made by Nvidia for launching its fastest graphic card, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. They announced about the launch of graphic card during GDC 2017 will be available at the price of $699 coming after March 6.

During the NVIDA’s Game Developers Conference (GDC 2017) press event, Jen-Hsun Huang the CEO of the company finally announced about the launch of most-awaited graphic card for the last year. Finally, gaming enthusiasts came to know about the launch of Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti from official sources and no room for rumors left now.

According to official sources, the most-awaited GTX 1080 Ti graphic has total of 3,584 CUDA cores coupled with 11GB of GDDR5X RAM. Its performance is going to be increased by 35-percent compared to GTX 1080, because it is made up of roughly 12 billion transistors. Another worth mentioning feature of the card is its ability of overclocking which gamers would like a lot.

Upcoming Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti graphic card has a base clock of 1,583MHz. It would be great news for gaming enthusiasts knowing about its running capability in excess of 2,000MHz without get the GPU overheated. This over-capacity is achieve due to upgraded graphic processor as well as updated thermal vapor core of the card itself. GTX 1080 Ti graphic card can easily maintain the temperature of 66 degrees Celsius during the mode of overclocked.

Gamers do not have to be waiting long after the announcement; it will be started selling in stores within next week. Furthermore, NVIDIA officially also promised not to exceed its full price from $699 including all taxes and charges. This is a massive cut in price comparing GTX 1080 Ti with extremely high-end graphic card Titan X. This is surely a treat from the NVIDIA to its valuable customers.

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The release of GTX 1080 Ti brings another favor for gamers; NVIDIA also introduced price cuts on older graphic cards at the launch of this one. Nearly all existing graphic card available in the market and predecessor of 1080 Ti has officially received the price cut for $100. You can purchase GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060 for $100 less from its old price.

GTX 1080 Ti will be started shipping from March 6 at the price of $699.

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