Nvidia GTX series is well known to the game freaks, it is the ultimate name of the graphics card. It’s almost 18 months sice Nvidia revealed its last-generation Maxwell architecture. The enthusiast community of PC is also looking forward to see what profits 14/16nm technology would deliver. AMD and Nvidia both are planning something new to launch for the 14nm node, but Nvidia is launching first with both a latest GPU and latest technologies wrapped around it.
Here’s the GTX 10xx –
Nvidia is not going to unleash the accurate performance details of their latest series, but the GTX 1070 and 1080 are filled with more features. Both the graphic card is more power efficient and desirable than the 28nm Maxwell GPUs that predated them. The GTX 1080 is created on Micron’s GDDR5X with a 256-bit memory bus with a massive transfer rate of 10GBps which is faster than GDDR5 speed of 7.0GBps. According to their promise they are improving the power efficiency and performance of their product to give user the best performance ever than any other company. There are 2560 cores in the GTX 1080, its performance gains is frequently higher than that increase implies.
The GTX 1080 is appeared to be roughly 1.65 to 1.75x faster than the GTX 980, that depends on how you eyeball the graph. VR performance of the GTX 1080 is also great and that lies in another category altogether. Nvidia described about the length of the new specific technology baked into Pascal’s hardware. Pascal can provide 2x the VR performance of its predecessor by processing geometry for the left and right eyes simultaneously in a single pass. The simultaneous multi-projection also gives a solution to one of the largest problems with multi-monitor gamin and corrects for distortions in VR. Simultaneous multi-projection allows Pascal to “warp” an image to align it properly rather than attempting to stretch one frustum across three displays. The total VR performance of Nvidia will be up to 2-3x higher than recent cards, which can make a single GTX 1080 faster than two Titan X’s in SLI.