GeForce GTX 980 Ti gets a price

GeForce GTX 980 Ti gets a price

People who follow the graphics card market are probably fully aware that NVIDIA plans to launch a new graphics card that is called GeForce GTX 980 Ti. We now know that the card will sit between the GTX 980 and GTX Titan X in terms of performance and that it will have 2816 CUDA cores, 176 TMUs and 32 ROPs as well as 6 GB of GDDR5 memory. The only thing that is missing in the picture is how much this card will cost.

Well, the answer is here – according to various online sources the GTX 980 Ti will cost around USD 799. If we have to be more precise this is how much EVGA’s model will cost and it will come with an extra sturdy PCB as well as an ACX 2.0+ cooling system. This means that simpler models of the GTX 980 Ti will cost less but factory-overclocked models with modified cooling will cost more. In any case the EVGA model gives us a good idea how much money hardcore gamers will have to spend on a GTX 980 Ti card. The upcoming NVIDIA solution will need additional power through one 6-pin and another 8-pin power connector so if your PSU is not that powerful you will need a new one as well.

The launch of the GTX 980 Ti is expected in the next few days.

Source: Kitguru.net

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