The GTX 1080 Ti is an excellent Graphics Card, and it is the best one made so far! It comes with 3584 CUDA Cores. Which is what Nvidia uses to refer to ‘Shading Units’ as AMD calls it ‘Steam Processors.’
Specs and comparison to GTX 1080
Nvidia has shocked everyone since this GPU is the best consumer made Graphics Processing Unit to enter the consumer market. The GPU has superlative specs with 11,264 Megabytes of memory which is around 40% more than its previous processor which is the GTX 1080 in addition to that the computer comes with nearly eleven thousand GFLOPS which is floating-point performance and it is around 30% better than the GTX 1080ti. Both the pixel rate and the texture rate are higher than the GTX 1080’s with 130.2 GPixels and 312.6 GTexels. Even though Nvidia added about 40% more memory to the GTX 1080, they also added higher memory clock speed about 10% more than the GTX 1080! (11,008 Mhz).
The GTX 1080 TI is an all-around great card! It should no longer be classified as a ‘gaming’ graphics card because the Nvidia’s GTX 1080 TI can do it all! Ranging from 3D Animations/projects, rendering in excellent quality (4k, 1440p or 1080p) and also, of course, 4k Gaming!
So is there anything bad with the GTX 1080 TI? Well, we don’t see anything wrong with it, but rather we see something wrong with the rest of Nvidia’s GPU’s. They highly value the ten series of GPU’s very highly and by doing that Nvidia has knocked out their Titan XP series completely out of the market because the GTX 1080 TI has topped the very expensive Titan XP. The GTX 1080TI has also threatened NVidia’s Quadro series which is meant for rendering and 3D Projects but not gaming, and this is because the GTX 1080TI contains 3584 CUDA Parallel processing cores while the Quadro P6000 includes 3840. However, the GTX 1080TI does not top the Quadro P6000 which is priced at around 6000 dollars thus making it nearly nine times more expensive than the GTX 1080TI.
Comparison to Nvidia’s Quadro GPU Series
The Quadro P6000 more than double’s GTX 1080’s RAM, containing 24 Gigabytes of DDR5X RAM to 11 Gigabytes. They both use 250W of power, and the Quadro P600 covers up to 12 Teraflops of peak single precision performance while the GTX 1080TI offers around 11.3. However, the Quadro P5000 is topped by the newly released GTX 1080TI in nearly every category. The awkward part is the Quadro P5000 price has not yet been decreased and is still retailing at $2000 USD.