Last week we reported that NVIDIA will be releasing a GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card that will feature 3072 CUDA cores, come with a 10% higher clock than the GeForce GTX Titan X and have 6GB of VRAM. Originally it was thought that the card would be released around summer, but it looks like it will be pushed back till after summer.
The delay is more than likely to allow the market to digest current inventories of the GTX 980 in the early summer season when many people tend to upgrade or build new PCs. Also the delay could be to see how well the upcoming AMD R9 390X does, as it is scheduled to be released in June-July.
The AMD R9 390X looks like it will be able to compete with NVIDIA’s GM200 silicon on paper and introduces new features like high-bandwidth memory (HBM).