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According to our source chip should have the following key features:

Chip size from 10 to 15 percent over the GK110 (551 mm2)
Number of CUDA in 2816 (20-22 SMM blocks), apparently the first version will be active all chip in SMM
Memory bus 384 or 512-bit (rather I-384 bit)
Gaming and professional card should come out at the same time, a name like Titan X
Launch of Q4 / 2014
Performance Titan X - 40-50 percent over Titan Black


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Hoping its sensibly (for us) priced like the 970 and to a lesser extent 980.
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Hoping its sensibly (for us) priced like the 970 and to a lesser extent 980.

I am guessing:

Titan X - $999
GTX990 - $1099

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The source also talks about a possible scenario where NVIDIA indicate this GM200 only in the professional segment

Also, 20 SMM would be 2560 cores, which is one of the possibilities they list, while 22 would be 2816.

A titan x would be great to see though... eek.gif and a heck of a card if it came with the 22 smm. I just wouldn't count my chickens yet as to one coming frown.gif.

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40-50% faster than Titan Black which means it'll also be 40-50% faster than GTX 980. Damn. I'll be waiting for it.
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