The GM200 could wind up being a lesson in VLSI design if the GeForce GTX TITAN X ends up meeting the performance-per-watt trends set by its smaller GM204-based siblings because it features a jaw-dropping 8 billion transistors in a square 601 mm² die, the biggest ever on the 28 nm node. NVIDIA gave it the same exact TDP rating of 250W as the previous-generation, which peaks our interest.
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