It seems quite interesting for this information to come out the week of Computex, but Gigabyte’s marketing materials for their upcoming Radeon R9 380 G1 Gaming graphics card have been leaked. The leaked materials are actually two photos of the packaging of the card.
After weeks of leaks NVIDIA has officially announced the GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card! The card is positioned to sit below the GeForce GTX Titan X in NVIDIA’s graphics card stack. It has been made to handle 4K Ultra HD resolution. The card is based based off of NVIDIA’s 28nm GM200 silicon and features 2816 CUDA cores, 176 TMUs, 96 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 6 GB of memory.
Over the past few weeks we have been unsure if AMD’s new Radeon flagship card will be called the R9 390X, or something different completely. According to the latest report by Expreview, the Radeon flagship will be called the Radeon Fury.
When the GeForce GTX Titan X was released NVIDIA did not allow its AIC (add-in card) partners from coming up with custom-designed versions. It seems that Zotac has found a way around this either by using a loophole that allows partners to use “factory fitted water blocks” or NVIDIA could be loosening its custom-design policy with the launch of the GTX 980 Ti coming next week. In any case this bring us to Zotac’s GeForce GTX Titan X ArcticStorm Edition.
Another leaked photo of AMD’s upcoming flagship graphics card codenamed “Fiji-XT” has hit the web. The photo once again confirms the card small length. The smaller length is because AMD is using a factory-fitted AIO liquid cooling system and the Fiji-XT package is much smaller than that of Hawaii, because of the implementation of HBM.
More and more GeForce GTX 980 Ti information keeps on coming out as we get closer and closer to its launch. A leaked GPU-Z screenshot has hit the web revealing its reference clock speeds. These values are pulled by the system, not an internal lookup table. The card will have clock speeds of 1000 MHz core, with a maximum GPU boost up to 1076 MHz, while the memory sits at 7012 MHz (GDDR5-effective).
Well here are the first shots of the reference GeForce GTX 980 Ti. As we expected the reference card uses the same PCB as the GeForce GTX Titan X. The cooler is is silver, much like the GTX 980. The only real difference is of course the GTX 980 Ti naming on the cooler shroud.
KFA2 has just announced a new special edition of its GeForce GTX 980 HOF graphics card that has been designed by professional overclocker 8Pack. This card will be one of the highest clock GTX 980’s out of the box with a core clock of 1304 MHz and GPU boost up to 1440 MHz.
We have been talking a lot about NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card. While everything posted over the past couple of weeks has been rumors, everything in this post comes from a credible source and can be considered confirmed.
Gigabyte has rolled out a new GeForce GTX 960 graphics card, which is designed for space-constrained builds. It is the GV-N960IX-2GD which is a full-height graphics card, but is only 18.1 cm long, so it should fit into most mini-ITX cases out there.