Rumor: NVIDIA plans three GP104 SKUs in June

Published: Apr 12th 2016, 12:11 GMT

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A fresh rumors just arrived from Korea. According to HardwareBattle, a website you might remember from Fury leaks before it launched, NVIDIA is planning three Pascal GP104 SKUs

NVIDIA GP104 in June

According to the report, NVIDIA has plans to replace all three most popular high-end GeForce cards in one month. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti would be replaced by GP104-400 based product, which would be available in reference and custom design. Meanwhile GeForce GTX 980 would also be succeeded by GP104-200 graphics card and also available in custom designs. Lastly, GP104-150 would be AIB-only version with performance close to GTX 970.

It remains unclear how NVIDIA is planning to name cards based on Pascal GP104, but we might be looking at GTX 1080/1800/1070/1700 models.

Most importantly though, this rumor is yet another confirmation of new NVIDIA graphics cards coming in June. With strong possibility NVIDIA might allow its add-in-board partners to showcase new models at Computex. Hopefully AMD and their partners will be ready as well.

NVIDIA GeForce 1000 “GP104” Graphics Cards
Maxwell Graphics CardMaxwell GPU SKUPascal GPU SKUBoardsAvailability
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 TiGM200-310-A1>>GP104-400-A1Reference and AIBEarly June
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980GM204-400-A1>>GP104-200-A1Reference and AIBEarly June
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970GM204-200-A1>>GP104-150-A1AIB designMid June

Source: HardwareBattle via WCCFTech

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