NVIDIA TITAN X refresh announced, features Pascal architecture
by Gaveroid on Jul.22, 2016, under Games, General, PC
Minutes ago NVIDIA announced unexpectedly a new version of their TITAN X graphics card, joining the 1000 series lineup currently consisting of the GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080. The TITAN X has been known as the end-all-be-all GPU that everybody jokes and drools over having, until their 1000 series dropped. Now, the new TITAN X, priced at $1,200, features 12 billion transistors, 3584 CUDA cores, and 12GB of GDDR5X memory; 11 teraflops! Most excitingly of all, it features the Pascal architecture. The GTX 1080 is currently overkill for 1080p or 1440p gaming. Even 4K gaming is more than playable on a single GTX 1080 on most new AAA games minus anti-aliasing (which at that resolution is not needed anyway). The new Titan X is supposedly 3x faster than its’ predecessor according to Nvidia’s website. The GTX Titan X will (predictably) be a single-GPU solution for absolutely overkill performance at 4K. I can only imagine how it will perform at 1080p or 1440p. Or should we wait for the 1080 Ti?
(Source: Nvidia’s website, YouTube video)
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