NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1180 Based On 12nm FinFET Surfaces In TechPowerUp GPU Database


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Looks like its leak galore today as the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 next-generation graphics card was added to the venerable TechPowerUp GPU database. The data entered is very clearly of an engineering sample and we could see things such as the clock speeds improve further down the line but it does mean that the GPU is now entering the final stages before launch. The closest big event is Computex 2018 and all the rumors point to a launch around that time.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 specs, price and release date:
The GPU entry lists the specifications for the graphics card – most of which are identical to the leaks we have seen before. The NVIDIA GTX 1180 graphics card will be manufactured on TSMC’s 12nm FinFET process which will introduce significant power efficiency upgrades on a core to core basis. The exact core count will be 3584 CUDA cores divided in 28 SMs. 64 ROPs and 224 TMUs make up the rest of the specifications. According to the same entry, the memory in question will be the GDDR6 variant with up to 16 GB worth of DRAM.

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Update:

Don’t get too excited about the ‘fresh’ Nvidia GTX 1180 information popping up on TechPowerUp, they’re just populating their GPU database with existing rumours in advance of a potential release of the release of the Volta-based graphics cards later this year. It ain’t no leak.