NVIDIA has a surprise in store for GTX 980 Ti owners. It seems that NVIDIA is looking at releasing GTX 1080 Ti soon based on a job listing that hints on the company's plan for the product that is yet to be publicly announced.
Videocardz reported NVIDIA is putting GTX 1080 Ti up for pre-order for those who are eagerly waiting for a more powerful card. NVIDIA's GTX 1080 Ti is expected to perform better than its popular predecessor GTX 1080, so that could mean better gaming experience.
NVIDIA is reportedly planning to showcase GTX 1080 Ti at the Consumer Electronic Show in January 2017 where gamers and tech-savvy people can talk about the latest update in the technology world. Latinos Health reported that the performance of GTX 1080 Ti will be far superior to GTX Titan X but only if it is paired with the right system.
Of course with better performance comes costly pricing, so tech enthusiasts can expect that they will have to pay more to get ahold of GTX 1080 Ti. While it is possible that NVIDIA can offer to have older cards replaced with GTX 1080 Ti, but the company is yet to confirm whether that will be an option.
Jobs & Hire reported earlier that along with the planned release of GTX 1080 Ti, NVIDIA is also looking into launching GeForce GTX 1060 3GB. The pricing and estimated time of arrival of GTX 1080 Ti and GeForce GTX 1060 3GB is still unknown, but fans are eagerly waiting for their release.
NVIDIA is also reportedly opening membership for an ultra-exclusive club called Club GeForce. Club members will be offered special perks and discounts like free games and other in-game items.
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