NVIDIA have announced details for their latest, most powerful graphics card for the consumer market, the TITAN X. With a price-tag of $1,200, it will surely only interest those with enough cash, and patience who held out for the card after the recent release of the GeForce GTX 1080.
The new enthusiast-level Pascal card replaces last year's similarly, and now confusingly, named GeForce GTX TITAN X. The new card has a shorter and simpler name, the NVIDIA TITAN X.
Under its shell, the TITAN X contains 3,584 CUDA cores running at 1.53GHz. This compares to 3,072 cores at 1.08GHz in the previous TITAN card. NVIDIA argues the new card performs 60% faster than its predecessor.
Here are the specs for the TITAN X:
- NVIDIA CUDA® Cores - 3584
- Base Clock/Boost Clock (MHz) - 1417/1531
12 GB of GDDR5X memory (480 GB/s) (384-bit)
Height-Length (2-slots): 4.376-10.5-inches, 11.12-26.65cm
Power Usage/Recommended PSU: 250w/650w
1 8-pin and 1 6-pin power supply connectors
11 TFLOPS FP32
44 TOPS INT8 (new deep learning inferencing instruction)
If you're eager to snap up the card, customers in the North America and Europe can purchase the TITAN X on August 2 from nvidia.com and select retailers. There is no word when the card will be release in Asia, other than "coming soon".