NVIDIA has introduced its newest GP102 based high-end graphics card – Titan X – successor of last year’s Geforce GTX TITAN X. The all-new TITAN X is the world’s fastest single GPU consumer graphics card right now.This, based on NVIDIA’s new Pascal GPU architecture, is the biggest GPU ever built. It has a record-breaking 3,584 CUDA cores. It offers the best possible performance, not just for gaming but also for compute applications.
The product is not part of any of NVIDIA’s other series either, such as Tesla or Quadro. The Titan X supports all of NVIDIA’s Pascal features, such as Simultaneous Multi-Projection, Ansel, G-Sync, GameStream, and GPU Boost 3.0. The Titan X also supports SLI and you can get the new NVIDIA SLI bridge in 2, 3, or 4 slot configurations. It also has support for DirectX 12, Vulkan graphics APIs, utilizes superior heat dissipation vapor chamber cooling technology and is designed to drive display devices beyond 5K including HDR
- 11 TFLOPS FP32
- 44 TOPS INT8 (new deep learning inferencing instruction)
- 12B transistors
- 3,584 CUDA cores at 1.53GHz (versus 3,072 cores at 1.08GHz in previous TITAN X)
- Up to 60% faster performance than previous TITAN X
- High performance engineering for maximum overclocking
- 12 GB of GDDR5X memory (480 GB/s)
The base clock is 1417 MHz and the boost clock is 1531 MHz. This gives the Titan X 11 TFLOPS of floating point performance. On the connectivity side, you get DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b, and Dual-Link DVI.
Availability and Pricing
The NVIDIA TITAN X costs $1,200 (Rs. 80,530 approx.) and will be available directly through NVIDIA’s website only. This will be available in North America and Europe, and select system builders from August 2. It is coming soon to Asia but no details about the exact launch date yet.