Nvidia Launches the Pascal-Powered Titan Xp GPU and the Specifications are Loaded
Nvidia has outdone themselves once again, this time bringing their ultimate GPU-building power to bear and create the all new Titan Xp. Nvidia’s newest graphics card is built to outperform most other consumer GPUs currently on the market, including Nvidia’s own Titan X which was released last year. In fact, according to Nvidia’s blog, the Titan XP GPU “pushes more cores, faster clocks, faster memory and more TFLOPS than its predecessor.” Taking all of this into account, it comes to little surprise that Nvidia is debuting the Titan Xp at a $1,200 price point – the same price the Titan X debuted at when it launched last year. A shortlist of specs for Nvidia’s Titan Xp GPU can be seen below.
Titan Xp GPU Specs
- 12GB of GDDR5X memory running at 11.4 Gbps
- 3,840 CUDA cores running at 1.6GHz
- 12 TFLOPs of brute force
- VR Ready
- Nvidia SLI Ready (SLI HB Bridge Supported)
- Nvidia G-SYNC-Ready
- Nvidia GameStream-Ready
- Nvidia GPU Boost – 3.0
- Bus Support – PCIe 3.0
- OS Certification – Windows 7-10, Linux, FreeBSDx86
- Maximum Digital Resolution – 7680×4320@60Hz
- Height – 4.376″
- Length – 10.5″
- Width – 2-Slot
- Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) – 94
- Graphics Card Power (W) – 250 W
- Recommended System Power (W) – 600 W
- Supplementary Power Connectors – One 8-pin and One 6-pin
Nvidia has also announced that they are working on Pascal drivers in order to open up their 10-series cards (Titan Xp included) to the Mac community with beta drivers rolling out later this month. This is fantastic news for Mac users, as they are currently limited to Maxwell GPUs from the company’s 9-series cards.
So, what are your thoughts on Nvidia’s Titan Xp GPU? Plan on dropping the $1,200 needed to get one? What are you currently running for a GPU? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, stay tuned to DFTG for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!
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