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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:30pm 15/06/18 | 3 Comments
Which would be the first-party Founders Edition of what many are calling the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 aka the successor to the 1080. With 4K HDR 120 - 144Hz GSYNC displays coming this year, it's being reported that the GTX 1180 will support the new HDMI 2.1 standard - as current 4K output tops out at 60Hz over a single cable.

The single-cable is to support the next-generation of high-end VR. As for the launch, apparently NVIDIA has been meeting with OEM companies in recent weeks to provide specs for the next-gen card. As development will take approximately three months the timeline now sits with the Founders Edition launching late July and third-party cards releasing in September.

The GTX 1180 is rumoured to feature 3,584 CUDA cores, a clock speed of 1.6 to 1.8-GHz and 8 to 16GB of GDDR6 memory. Naturally, this brings up the question of pricing - with TweakTown noting that the GTX 1180 will be available in $999 and $1,499 USD variants. Which sounds a tad high.

More as it breaks.




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krisbo9000
Posted 04:49pm 17/6/18
Can we not? This is all going to cost way too much money.
samatt
Posted 06:22am 18/6/18
Graphics are getting close to where we can't see any further noticeable improvements, ie. un-noticeable to the eye. Where does that leave the graphics industry in five years+? Guess it becomes all about size reduction, integration into devices and connectivity. Nvidia diversifying into other areas eg. quantum computing, all very interesting.
samatt
Posted 06:25am 18/6/18
I was happy with my Voodoo 2 that could run 60fps at 800x600 lol.
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