New NVIDIA TITAN X Announced

NVIDIA has unveiled the TITAN X, a new flagship video card based on their Pascal architecture, perhaps courting confusion by retaining the same name as their last top-of-the-line model. They call this "without question, the world’s ultimate graphics card," and say it will be available August 2nd, though there are ongoing shortages and price-gouging on the 1080 series launched at the end of May, so it may be a while before you can find one, and it may be longer finding one at list price (widely-reported to be $1200.00). A video introduces the new card by posing it naked for your voyeuristic needs, and here's word:
NVIDIA TITAN X has 11 TFLOPS of power, 3584 CUDA Cores, 12GB of 10Gbps GDDR5X VRAM, a 384-bit Memory Interface, 480 GB/sec of Memory Bandwidth, boosts to 1.5GHz out of the box, utilizes superior heat dissipation vapor chamber cooling technology, and features a stunning design. It is, without question, the world’s ultimate graphics card.

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MacLeod wrote on Jul 22, 2016, 11:42:
Can someone actually explain the Titan to me? I don't get it.

According to videocardbenchmark, the TitanX has a lower G3D Mark score than the 980ti, but is over 3x the cost.

the titan series of cards are geared more for the content creators, the graphic artist, or the power needed for graphical rendering. It is really not marketed nor designed as the ultimate gaming/gamer card, never has been.
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