In gaming terms, the GTX 1080 Ti surpasses even the mighty Titan X, and is 35% faster than even the GTX 1080, which is no slouch. The new card comes with 11GB of GDDR5X VRAM and 3,584 Cuda cores.

The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti achieves this feat through its implementation of 3,584 CUDA Cores, and 11GB of next-gen GDDR5X Video Memory (G5X VRAM) running out of the box at 11 Gbps. Even faster than the G5X memory on the GeForce GTX 1080 and NVIDIA TITAN X, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti's blisteringly-fast G5X memory further increases memory bandwidth and takes performance to new heights.

The GTX 1080 Ti will cost from $699 and will be available "next week," with a Founders Edition available just as it was with the GTX 1080.

Speaking of, the 'old' card isn't being forgotten about. The price of the GTX 1080 will drop to a baseline of $499, and third-party cards will be getting a boost with faster memory being made available.

Today, we're excited to announce that the new next-gen G5X VRAM found on the GTX 1080 Ti is also coming to the award-winning GeForce GTX 1080, on products designed by our partners. Look for "11 Gbps GDDR5X" stickers on packaging, indicating that the GTX 1080 utilises the new faster, better G5X VRAM.

The GTX 1060 will also get a boost, with 9Gbps memory being made available to it. All-in-all what GDC has brought for NVIDIA fans is speed, speed and a little more speed. And shiny new things to throw your hard earned dollars at.