Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 offers monstrous performance, but as impressive as it is, let us not forget that the GTX 1080's GP104 is not the biggest Pascal GPU. That honor goes to the GP100, which first debuted aboard the Tesla P100. Now, VR-World is reporting that part of the next generation of Quadro and Titan products will be built with that same GP100 GPU, and they'll arrive in August.
The Titan version of the card will purportedly be called the Titan P, and it may be similar to the PCI Express version of the Tesla P100. That card will come with either 16GB or 12GB of HBM2 memory. The site says the display-output configuration on these cards will be the same as the GTX 1080 Founders Edition, minus that card's DVI port. VR-World guesses that the new cards will require either an eight-pin and a six-pin or two eight-pin power connectors, which seems reasonable in light of the Tesla P100's 250W TDP.
The site doesn't credit a source, so we're loading up on the salt for this one. VR-World says Quadro-branded products will hit the market before Nvidia's Titan P launch at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. That trade fair begins on August 17.
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