Nvidia Titan X is a $1,200 graphics card

9:02:00 PM Dick Wyn Yong 0 Comments

After ousting the Maxwell based GTX Titan X with the announcement of the Pascal based GTX 1080 earlier this year, Nvidia is announcing a new Titan X. This new Nvidia Titan X is based off the Pascal architecture was unveiled at Stanford's faculty club because Nvidia is targeting this new top of the line graphics card for computational applications rather than gaming.

Nvidia Titan X Key Specifications:

- 3,584 CUDA Cores
- 1.42GHz core clock
- 1.53GHZ boost clock
- 12GB GDDR5X memory
- 384-bit memory bus
- Display Port 1.4
- HDMI 2.0b
- 250W TDP
- 111.2 x 266.7mm

Just like all existing Nvidia Pascal cards, the new Nvidia Titan X is also a powerful beast with 11 teraflops of computational power and also comes with 12GB of GDDR5X memory for speedy performance. The card itself is powered through a single 8-pin and 6-pin power connector. In practice, the Nvidia Titan X is 2x faster in computational tasks.

In terms of design, the Nvidia Titan X comes with the new angled shroud first introduced with the GTX 1080 Founders Edition. The twist is the shroud has been given a black paintjob to make it look extra stealthy.

Nvidia will begin offering the new Pascal based Titan X beginning August 2nd for US$ 1,200 (~MYR 4,887). Learn more about the Nvidia Titan X here