NVIDIA TITAN xp Arrives

Boasts Itself as the Best to the Surprise of No One

NVIDIA TITAN xp Arrives - Boasts Itself as the Best to the Surprise of No One

NVIDIA released their latest graphics card, the NVIDIA TITAN xp, which they brag is the “world’s most powerful graphics card.” It is available to both Windows and Mac OS users. Previously, only Windows users were supported with NVIDIA drivers.

The TITAN xp is based off Pascal architecture, which was first introduced in April of last year. Pascal-based cards offer improved support for memory support and speeds, an updated SLI architecture, and support for 4K playback, among others.

GPU Specs

  • NVIDIA CUDA® Cores 3840 Base Clock (MHz)1582

  • Memory Speed 11.4 Gbps

  • Standard Memory Config 12 GB GDDR5X

  • Memory Interface Width 384-Bit

  • Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 547.7 GB/s


Compatibility
  • Simultaneous Multi-Projection

  • VR Ready

  • NVIDIA Ansel

  • NVIDIA SLI Ready

  • SLI HB Bridge Supported

  • NVIDIA G-Sync-Ready

  • NVIDIA GameStream-Ready

  • NVIDIA GPU Boost: 3.0

  • Microsoft DirectX 12 API

  • Vulkan API

  • OpenGL: 4.5

  • Bus Support PCIe: 3.0

  • Windows 7-10, Linux, FreeBSDx86


Display
  • 7680x4320 @ 60Hz

  • DP 1.43, HDMI 2.0b

  • Multi-Monitor

  • HDCP: 2.2

The card costs a pretty penny at $1,200 through their own website, although there is no word yet on other suppliers who will be allowed to carry it. There is a limit of two per customer – for those who can drop over two grand on graphics alone.

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