Now that the nVidia GTX 80 2GB has launched I’m already looking forward to the rest of nVidia’s line-up. Rumors started about the GTX 90 and what about the GTX 80 with a wopping 4GB of memory (which is available for pre-order right now).
A few latest details of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 90 (Dual GK104) GPU have been revealed by Expreview. The GeForce GTX 90 would be NVIDIA’s next generation dual chip graphics card based on two GK104 28nm Kepler Cores and would launch in May 2012.
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An alleged photo of NVIDIA’s Upcoming Dual chip flagship GPU – GeForce GTX 90 has been exposed. The photo is in low quality and could probably be fake, Nevertheless it looks quite interesting, Details below:
The card is definitely based on two GK104 chips (the same chip was used on the GeForce GTX 80) holding 3072 Cuda Cores (1536 from each core), 256 TMUs, 64 ROPs. It holds 4 Memory chips on either sides of the PCB which equals a memory interface of 256-bit for each core. This means we would see a 4GB VRam on the board.
New details tell that the card would be powered through two 8 Pin Connectors while the rear display panel would include three DVI connector and a mini DisplayPort interface. All of the latest NVIDIA Technologies would be supported by the GPU such as PCI-E 3.0 compatibility, adaptive vertical sync,GPU Boost, TXAA anti-aliasing, 3D Vision Surround.
End the GTX 80 with 4GB of memory are available for grabs right now. Both 80 and 80 EX OC are now available for preorder.