The new and powerful GTX Titan X by Nvidia has just been unveiled. The chip packs some serious specs under the hood, as it was revealed. The GP102 Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X is being launched August 2.
The new chip is up to 60 percent faster than the previous Titan X. It features 12 billion transistors, 12GB of GDDR5X memory, 11 teraflops of computing performance, 3,584 CUDA cores 15GHz, 44 TOPS INT8, and a memory bandwidth of 480 GB/s. The company describes the product as “the most raw horsepower”. With such impressive specs, this really is one of the fastest memory techs currently on the market.
Titan X will offer superior heat dissipation thanks to its vapor chamber cooling technology. The stunning specs are packed inside a cast aluminum body featuring a genuinely attractive design.
The product was rolled out during a meetup of experts at Stanford University. Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, has presented the new chip in from of over 500 academics, students, and researchers. “We wanted to bring supercomputing power into the GeForce channel, so everyone in academia can benefit,” Jen-Hsun Huang said.
Nvidia’s CEO already handed out Titan X cards to some of the specialists in the crowd. Everyone else, however, will have to wait a few more days.
The product will be available starting August 2 for the whopping price of $1,200. But it comes as no surprise. The price was made to match the stunning specifications that may leave gamers in total awe. Users can purchase the chip directly from nvidia.com or select system builders. Nvidia’s Titan X will first be available in North America and Europe, and later on in Asia.
And this is now the first news from Nvidia this month. The company has recently announced the cheapest card in the Pascal line of GPUs. The GTX 1060 is priced at $249 and packs 6GB of GDDR5 memory, a memory speed of 8Gbps, and a memory bandwidth of 192 GB/s.
As for the “world’s most advanced GPU architecture”, you can learn more about Titan X and get your hands on it when it becomes available from here.
What do you think about the new graphics card? Planning on saving up and investing in the new Titan to boost your gaming capabilities?
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