NVIDIAGeForce GTX 1080 Ti Latest News & Update: NVIDIA Confirms GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Pascal Enthusiast 4K Graphics Card; GTX 980 Ti Owners To Avail Pre-Order & Step Up Offers
NVIDIA confirmed the upcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Pascal Enthusiast 4K Graphics Card in a post on LinkedIn. GTX 980 Ti Enthusiast owners will be given a special deal prior to the product's official launching.
It is a general knowledge that NVIDIA is launching their brand new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. The confirmation from NVIDIA comes in the form of a Job Posting at LinkedIn. The post not only exposes the name of the card but also the target market and a special deal for GTX 980 Ti owners that come along with it, says Wccftech.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti: Special Deal For GTX 980 Ti Enthusiasts Owners
The special deal to be rewarded to GTX 980 Ti Enthusiast owners include free game codes will be rewarded for users who report a verified bug or give useful feature enhancement requests. In addition, game codes will also be given to most users in GeForce Forum as well as those with the most number of shares. Game codes will also be given to users who rank most negative and most positive on our sentiment tools. To top it all, 980 Ti users get first priority in line for 1080 Ti pre-orders, or Step Up offer, says PCWorld.
As of this writing, no verified information was released yet if these will be offered exclusively by NVIDIA or other AIB partners would follow. EVGA has also a step up program for their cards so it is to be expected that some partners would offer similar deals.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti: The Ultimate GeForce Gaming Solution For 4K Titles
GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card will be another GeForce solution operating the NVIDIA GP102 GPU, next to GeForce GTX Titan X Pascal. With Vega aiming to launch in the first quarter of 2017, NVIDIA could try to juice out as much power out of the GP102 GPU and create a similar scenario to 980 Ti against the Fury X. The GTX 980 Ti is an overall better solution for gamers as evaluated in most reviews compared to AMD's enthusiast offering. Even with GDDR5 memory, the solution bested and had better efficiency matched to the HBM 1 based Fury X with Fiji GPU.