Latest reports claim that NVIDIA might officially announce the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, PC gamers will surely rejoice in both splendor and awe for the new addition to the PC master race’s arsenal.
This is what one of the latest rumours claims will be going down at the Computex Taipei 2015 trade-show. If the rumour proves true, then you can probably expect an announcement of the card’s sale date shortly after.
Apparently, comfortable in their performance lead, NVIDIA has postponed the launch of the GTX 980 Ti from May to early in June.
The truth of the matter is that AMD doesn’t have a direct rival for NVIDIA’s offerings, particularly the GTX Titan X, and there really isn’t need to unveil the GTX 980 Ti just yet.
AMD does sell a dual GPU solution, the Radeon R9 295X2, but most enthusiasts prefer a single over a dual GPU for a number of reasons.
As far as the GTX 980 Ti itself is concerned, it’s expected to sport a GM200-310 graphics processing unit. It’s uncertain whether the GM200-310 will have the same configuration as the GM200-400, the processing unit which powers the GeForce GTX Titan X.
Without much of an insight into what exactly is under the hood of this potential new card, the parameters and specifications of the GTX 980 Ti are pretty much an unknown. The best we could do is be certain that it will fall somewhere in-between the GTX 980 and GTX Titan X.