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NVIDIA Unveils the New TITAN X; Releases August 2 for $1,200

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 09:01PM

NVIDIA likes to go big whenever it can. We've had previous TITAN video cards before, but now they're outclassed by the GeForce GTX 1080. However, that wasn't going to last long, as NVIDIA took the wraps off its brand new TITAN X. Yes, we already have a TITAN X powered by Maxwell, but this is the new TITAN X powered by Pascal. NVIDIA calls this its biggest card ever with performance that is probably kind of really reckless. It features an insane 3584 CUDA cores, 12 billion transistors, and 11 TFLOPS of 32-bit floating point performance. It also has 44 TOPS of INT8, a new deep learning inferencing instruction that should appeal to the non-gaming enthusiast crowd.

So, this new TITAN X features 3584 CUDA cores, a nice bump over the 3072 CUDA cores on the previous TITAN X. It also runs at 1.53GHz instead of 1.08GHz. There's still 12GB of VRAM, but now it's the new GDDR5X instead of GDDR5, enabling 480GB/s of memory bandwidth on its 384-bit interface. This card is just staggering fast, over 60% faster than the previous TITAN X, and you can even pair it with a second in SLI. However, it does cost $1,200 when it launches on August 2 in North America and Europe. An Asian launch is coming later. You can only get the new TITAN X from the NVIDIA website, so break out those piggy banks!

Source: Press Release

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