NVIDIA’s new TITAN Xp GPU boasts 12GB of GDDR5X memory with clock speeds of 1582mhz
Just when you thought that they couldn’t get any ridiculous with the 1080 Ti , NVIDIA unveils the TITAN Xp.
In just a month after unveiling the “world’s most powerful graphics card“, NVIDIA attempts to take over the proverbial crown of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti by unveiling their new addition to the TITAN series, the TITAN Xp.
Although it has a lower CUDA core count of only 3840 CUDA cores when compared to the 1080 Ti’s 3584, and while both cards boasts the same boosted clock speeds of 1582 Mhz, the TITAN Xp runs its memory clocks at 11.4 Gbps, with a memory bandwidth of 547 GB/s to support its 12GB of GDDR5X memory. Also, as the new generation of NVIDIA GPUs now utilize the Pascal architecture, the new TITAN Xp also uses the same technology to deliver better performance, especially for 4K Gaming.
With great power, comes great price as they say and the NVIDIA TITAN Xp is a proof to that as NVIDIA lists the GPU at USD 1,200, with a limit of only 2 cards per customer should they order through the NVIDIA website.
NVIDIA TITAN Xp Product Specifications
|CUDA Core Count||3840|
|Clock Speed||Boost: 1582 Mhz|
|Memory Speed||11.4 Gbps|
|Memory Bandwidth||547.7 GB/s|
|Memory Interface Width||384-bit|
|Bus Support||PCIe 3.0|
|Max Digital Resolution||7680×4320 @ 60hz|
|Power Draw||250 W|
|Dimensions||4.376 x 10.5 x 2 slot in (l x w x h)|
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