GTX 1080Ti and Club GeForce Elite subscription program outed in NVIDIA job posting

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An NVIDIA job posting has outed the upcoming GeForce GTX 1080Ti, along with an upcoming premium subscription program called "Club GeForce Elite." As first reported by by PCWorld, the LinkedIn job posting (which has since been deleted) was for a "Senior Marketing Manager – GeForce, Gamer Loyalty & Advocacy." In the description, NVIDIA describes possible giveaways, including potentially rewarding 980Ti users with first shot at a 1080Ti.

From PCWorld:

The final part of the Targeted Spot Prizes section suggests that Nvidia's indeed planning to roll out a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, though it's unclear if this "prize" is being discussed in theory or as a definitive plan. "980 Ti users get first spot in line for 1080 Ti pre-orders, or 'Step Up' offer," it says.

Potentially just as interesting is the job description's mention of "Club GeForce Elite," a premium subscription program of sorts. For $10 per month, GeForce Elite subscribers would get access to a rotating selection of free games from something called the "GeForce Experience App Store" (which doesn't yet exist), along with in-game items and GeForce gear. A Club GeForce Elite subscription would also include a free "GeForce PC in the cloud" subscription (another program that doesn't yet exist).

As mentioned, the job listing is no longer accessible on LinkedIn, but what it has revealed is certainly interesting. As always with things like this, it's best to take all of this with a grain of salt until NVIDIA has something formal to unveil (things can always change). As for the 1080Ti, it's entirely possible we could see something official as soon as CES 2017 in January. For now, check out our picks for the best graphics cards that will turn your PC into a gaming monster.

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