Nvidia is expanding its graphics card range in the medium performance and (hopefully) pricing segment.
The card is expected to offer 6GB GDDR6 with 192-bit data bus, and a performance level comparable to GTX 1070 (according to unofficial benchmarks, e.g. in Final Fantasy XV). The core of each of these cards will be the Turing TU116 system with 1536CUDA cores. Unfortunately, they will not feature any units responsible for RayTracing (hence the GTX and not RTX identification), nor – most probably – any Tensor cores. The recommended power supply will be at approx. 450W and the cards will probably require an 8-pin power plug. The official premiere is scheduled already at 22 February.