Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti: Specs, Pricing And Availability [Updated]

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Nvidia's long-awaited GeForce 1080 Ti, the crème de la crème of its GPU series, officially lands in Australia this week. We have the specs, pricing and availability details right here.

Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti Specs

According to Nvidia's own benchmarks, the 1080T Ti is 35% faster than the existing GTX 1080. The 11GB frame buffer is nearly double that of the GTX 980 Ti, its predecessor, accommodating for 4K gaming and more. The tilted cache in that 11GB frame buffer makes rendering more efficient. Here are the specs for the new graphics card.

Specs Details
GPU Architecture Pascal
Frame Buffer 11GB GDDR5X
Memory Speed 11Gbps
NVIDIA CUDA cores 3584 CUDA cores
Boost Clock 1582MHz
Memory Interface Width 352-bit
Memory Bandwidth 484GBps
Nvidia SLI Ready Yes - SLI HB Bridge supported
Display Support 7680 x 4320 at 60Hz
Standard Display Connectors DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b, DL-DVI
Bus Support PCIe 3.0
Multi Monitor Yes
VR Ready Yes
Dimensions 11.12cm (H), 26.67cm (L), 2-slot width
Max GPU Temperature 91°C
Graphics Card Power 250W
Recommended System Power 600W

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Pricing and Availability

The GTX 1080 Ti is slated to be available in some markets on March 10 for US$699. In Australia, official pricing starts at a rather hefty $1209, although most retailers are selling it for an equally hefty $1199. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is expected to be available in Australia from tomorrow (March 10.)


Comments

    Don't need it, got a 980 ti, but I am tempted.

    What ever happened to that claim you'll be able to SLI different cards?

    So, $699 USD is $920AUD, but retailers slapping a extra $300 AUD on? Highway robbery!
    I guess I'll be looking to import one myself.

      Hey Dave

      Do you know where you can import them from america i think its robbery as well.

      craig

        Keep an eye on Amazon guys

      Did the same thing with my GTX1070 and paid $490AUD imported compared to the $690AUD domestic price, totally worth it

    you'll be slapped 10% duty

    brave sending $1100 worth of card in the international post as well

    though it is frustrating how much more things cost here

    Would love to know where to import a 1080ti from.

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