Tonight at its Game Developers Conference presentation, Nvidia debuted the GTX 1080TI, the next in its line of graphics cards. And it's coming sooner than you might think.
The new card was dubbed "the Ultimate GeForce." The presentation boasted that the it's 35% faster than the GTX 1080, and uses tiled caching. It can overclock to 2GHz, and even still, it runs cooler and quieter thanks to an increased cooling area.
It will cost $699, and it's coming next week. Nvidia said the cards are already in full production, and Shacknews was on-hand to give them a try firsthand. Stick around for our impressions.
Earlier in the presentation, Nvidia had dropped the price of the standard GTX 1080, making it now $200 cheaper than the 1080TI.