Nvidia has finally released its first gaming graphics card, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, which has been released for the launch of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

The GTX 980Ti comes with 4GB of GDDR5 memory, with 128-bit memory bandwidth.

It has an 8.4″ (2.8m) diagonal display with 178 degrees of vertical and a resolution of 1920×1080.

The GTX 980 is the first GPU to feature a 4GB GPU, a new feature from Nvidia that will be available with every Nvidia graphics card.

Nvidia will also be introducing a new “4GB” model, which will feature four times the memory of the standard GTX 980.

The standard GTX 965 will also feature two 4GB GDDR5 units.

The new GTX 980 has a base clock of 990MHz, a Boost clock of 1051MHz, and a memory clock of 889MHz.

The 8GB GTX 980 will be priced at $549, the 8GB version will be $599, and the 16GB version is $999.

Nvidia has also launched a special edition version of the GTX 980, the GTX 970, which comes with an upgraded cooler and a pair of SLI connectors.

The $599 version will have a Boost speed of 1046MHz, the 16 GB version will feature an increased memory speed of 886MHz, while the $999 version will come with a memory speed increase of 976MHz.

For those of you interested in the GTX 780 Ti, Nvidia has announced a special version of this GPU, the Titan X, which features the same cooler and four SLI connectors as the GTX 945.

The Titan X will come in four colors, Black, Red, and White, with a base price of $1,199, the $1.19999 model will have four 4GB cards, and $2,199 will have five 4GBs.

It will also come with dual-link DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort connections.NVIDIA has also confirmed that the Titan XL, the company’s biggest gaming graphics cards, will be arriving soon.

It’s also possible that the GTX Titan X is also on the way, but it hasn’t been confirmed.