Nvidia has recently revealed the GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, taking into account its new Pascal engineering, offering an astounding jump in execution and force proficiency over its current 900-series Maxwell cards. As indicated by Nvidia, the GTX 1080 is quicker than two GTX 980 in SLI configuration and will be available for worldwide shipping on May 27th at $599. The GTX 1070 offers Titan X level performance for a little more than 33% of the cost of GTX Titan X – $379.
Pascal utilizes a 16nm process, whereas Maxwell utilized a 28nm. This means the entire GPU is significantly more productive and runs cooler. As far as clock speed, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 will sit at 1607MHz yet is equipped for boosting to 1733MHz, which is a tremendous figure when you compare it with GTX 980 which was at was 1216MHz at maximum boost. This is conceivable in a GPU that devours only 15W more power than the GTX 980 (180W versus 165W), and works at a lower greatest temperature (94C versus 98C).
“It’s insane. The 1080 is insane, It’s almost irresponsible amounts of performance,” Huang said. “This is the future of graphics, available today. 1080 is the new king.”
Nvidia additionally also uncovered a somewhat slower card, the GTX 1070, which is still speedier than the Titan X. The 1070 pumps out 6.5 teraflops and has 8GB of RAM while the 1080 produces 9 teraflops furthermore has 8GB of RAM. For more insight regarding the GTX 1080 and the 1070 visit Nvidia news.
Let’s see what AMD now has to announce this year in competition with Nvidia GTX 1080 and 1070.