GeForce GTX 1180 appeared in a Vietnamese store

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GeForce GTX 1180 appeared in a Vietnamese store - 5.0 out of 5 udgangspunkt 1 vote

Quite exactly an ASUS ROG Strix model has been covered.

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The GT104 (Turing-architecture) graphics card is loaded with NVIDIA GDDR6 memory, so 256 GB / s bandwidth can be achieved despite the 409,6 bit memory bus - the effective clock speed of the memory chips 14,0 GHz. The GeForce GTX 1180 3 584 CUDA processor (the Tensor core is likely to be overruled), so at a sufficiently high operating frequency, there will certainly be no complaints about product speed.

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We also got a bit of information about the availability and the price, with the 28 price for September at the beginning, and for the latter 1 500 dollars mentioned - of course in such a shaky market environment no data is worth taking cash!

Source: techpowerup.com

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Joci
Quote - Med1on:
There is tremendous uncertainty in this area. One day I read that it is coming in the summer, the next day they say that only at the end of the year. Finally, I did not bring any news.

Oh well. News is changing almost daily; then adjust (which one will be real) to who he knows. :) The manufacturer's announcements remain, though they do not always cover reality (for example, Intel reported that Z390 was not announced in vain, although there was a block diagram on their side, because of their manufacturing problems, this was removed / canceled and the Z370- you will not be able to convert and re-sell it as Z390, which was Z270 earlier).
Med1on
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Quote - Joci:
I'm wondering if they're going to launch it so "early" (because manufacturers are full of stuck stocks).

There is tremendous uncertainty in this area. One day I read that it is coming in the summer, the next day they say that only at the end of the year. Finally, I did not bring any news.
Joci
I'm wondering if they're going to launch it so "early" (because manufacturers are full of stuck stocks).