There is a new boss in town called TITAN X

Today NVIDIA unleashed the newest graphic card in the TITAN series, the TITAN X.

TITAN X is the ultimate gaming GPU, designed to tackle the latest games with ease, be that at 1920×1080, 2560×1440, or 3840×2160. Twice as fast and twice as energy efficient as previous-generation TITANs, and with double the memory, TITAN X lets you game at any resolution with all the effects cranked up.

TITAN X is the ultimate gaming GPU, designed to tackle the latest games with ease, be that at 1920×1080, 2560×1440, or 3840×2160. Twice as fast and twice as energy efficient as previous-generation TITANs, and with double the memory, TITAN X lets you game at any resolution with all the effects cranked up.

Titan X Benchmark chart

TITAN X dominates our performance charts thanks to its expanded, faster Maxwell GPU, which boasts 3072 single-precision CUDA Cores, 3072 kilobytes of L2 cache, 192 Texture Units, 92 ROP Units, and a 384-bit memory interface. Compared to previous-generation TITANs, TITAN X has more of the key components that accelerate your framerate, in addition to a faster clock speed.

SpecificationsTITAN XTITAN ZTITAN BlackTITAN
ChipGM200 (Maxwell)GK110 (Kepler)GK110 (Kepler)GK110 (Kepler)
CUDA Cores30725760 (2880 per GPU)28802688
Transistors8 billion14.16 billion
(7.08 billion per GPU)
7.08 billion7.08 billion
Base Clock1000 MHz705 MHz889 MHz837 MHz
Boost Clock1075 MHz876 MHz980 MHz876 MHz
Framebuffer12 GB12 GB (6 GB per GPU)6 GB6 GB
Memory Speed7.0 Gbps7.0 Gbps7.0 Gbps6.0 Gbps
Memory Bandwidth336.5 GB/s672 GB/s
(336 GB/s per GPU)
336 GB/s288.4 GB/s
Power Connectors1 x 6-pin
1 x 8-pin
2 x 8-pin1 x 6-pin
1 x 8-pin
1 x 6-pin
1 x 8-pin
TDP250 W375 W250 W250 W
SLI Options4-WayQuad4-Way4-Way

TITAN X’s energy efficient Maxwell architecture enables improved performance and gifts TITAN X with significant overclocking headroom. To help, we’ve packed TITAN X with high-capacity VRMs with 10% power headroom, a 6-phase GPU power supply with overvolting capabilities, and a dedicated 2-phase power supply for the 12GB of 7Gbps memory. Together, these overclocking features and Maxwell’s overclocking headroom power TITAN X to even greater speeds.

Get the whole story here at the TITAN X webpage

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