Nvidia just announced its next generation Titan X featuring 3,584 CUDA cores operating at 1.53GHz – that’s a big step up from the 1.08GHz 1,072 CUDA cores found in the last generation Titan X. Equipped with Nvidia’s latest generation 12GB of GDDR5X RAM and 12-billion transistors, and this GPU runs at a bristling 11 teraflops.
The graphics card maker claims the new Titan X is 60% faster than last generation. That’ said it’ll take a decent chunk out of your wallet with a price tag of $1,200 (about £907, AU$1,605) for the Founders Edition coming directly from Nvidia.
As with all the other recent Pascal-based releases, the Nvidia made Founders Edition cards are often more expensive, so we expect GPUs from third party makers will run closer to a grand or less.
The Nvidia Titan X releases on August 2 and you can bet we’ll be reviewing this bad boy soon.
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