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NVIDIA have released a whole slew of new graphics cards built on their Pascal architecture recently. The latest is the Titan X, the ultra-high end model that is built for professional use but often used in high end consumer units.
The new Titan X 12GB of GDDR5X memory and 3,584 cores running at 1.53 GHZ, yielding an absurd 11 teraflops of performance. That easily beats the 8.9 teraflops of the GTX 1080, which itself put the last-gen Titan X to shame.
Unfortunately, as with the normal GTX 1080, NVIDIA has decided to ramp up the price, and you will be looking at paying $1,200 for a single card. That’s more than most pay for an entire PC.
The new Titan X runs at 250W which is 40% more than its consumer friendlier brother then GTX 1080. In general, all the specs are around 50% greater than the GTX 1080, memory bandwidth is 480GB/s, CUDA Cores 3584, and transistors 12bn. However, the base clock is actually less at 1.42GHz
It features DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b and DL-DVI ports, though the company hasn't yet detailed the configuration.
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