Specifications for Nvidia's upcoming high-end consumer graphics card, the GeForce GTX 980 Ti, have reportedly been revealed thanks to a GPU-Z screenshot posted on Korean website Hardware Battle.

The screenshot shows specs for the graphics card that would slot it comfortably between the GTX 980 and the GTX Titan X. The GTX 980 Ti comes with 2816 CUDA cores clocked at 1000 MHz with boost speeds of 1076 MHz, down slightly from the Titan X's 3072 cores with a boost clock of 1089 MHz, but higher than the GTX 980's 2048 cores at 1215 MHz.

The GTX 980 Ti's memory bandwidth is just as high as the Titan X's, providing 336 GB/s of bandwidth via 384-bit GDDR5, according to the leaked specs. The card comes with 6 GB of VRAM, which should be plenty for current games at 4K while also improving upon the GTX 980's 4 GB of VRAM at 224 GB/s.

Other specifications for the card, such as the ROP count and TDP, are still unknown. Considering the Titan X sits at 250W, and the GTX 980 at 165W, a TDP just over 200W is looking likely for this Maxwell-based GPU.

Nvidia isn't willing to share any official information about the GTX 980 Ti just yet, but with Computex set to kick off in just a few days' time, expect an announcement shortly.