It’s been but a few months since NVIDIA has released the 1080 GTX GPU graphics card, and now they are announcing a new, and obviously much more powerful Titan X card.
This new piece of hardware will cost $1200, two times pricier than the previously released card, and will be built with Pascal GP102 styling. It will run at 1.5 GHz and it features 3584 CUDA cores, delivering a performance of 11 teraflops, a significant improvement compared to the 8 teraflops delivered by the existing 1080 card or the 6 teraflops delivered by the previous Titan X version. The framebuffer memory is 12 GB GDDR5X, making it look like a lethal gaming weapon.
If you have the money, you will be able to buy this new and amazingly powerful graphics card directly from Nvidia on the 2nd of August.
Finally, we’ll leave you with the official technical info Nvidia has made available:
- High performance engineering for maximum overclocking
- 12 billion transistors
- 44 TOPS INT8
- 11 TFLOPs FP32 (32 bit gloating point)
- 3584 CUDA cores at 1.53 GHz
- 12 GB GDDR5X memory (480 GB/s 10 GT/s on 284 bit interface)