Leaks from China show what very well may be Nvidia’s GTX 880 flagship.

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Earlier this week, the Chinese blog MyDrivers got its hands on what appears to be an early production model of a GTX 880. It’s certainly not confirmed that this is the GTX 880, but considering that the GM 210 core is onboard it’s very likely that it is.

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Looking at the GPU on the card, one can see that it was manufactured at a Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) fab between May 19-25 (the twenty-first week of the year). With the naked eye, it’s not possible to determine what process node the GPU was manufactured with.

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The card’s VRAM uses eight of SK Hynix’s model H5GQ4H24MFR chips, so it will likely ship with either 8 or 16 GB of RAM.

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As far as power goes, there is one eight-pin and two six-pin connectors which means the card will likely have a TDP of 375 W.

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The big question is: why is a good portion of the card blurred out? What’s being hidden?

Source: MyDrivers