Nvidia Pascal GTX Titan X Full Specs Revealed, No Increase in FP64 or FP16 Rates
Last week, Nvidia unveiled their Pascal-powered GeForce GTX Titan X at a special artificial intelligence meet-up at Stanford University. At the time of launch, Nvidia didn’t reveal much about the new graphics card. It said the GTX Titan X is the fastest single GPU ever built that delivers 11 TFLOPS of compute performance. The GPU features 3584 CUDA cores clocked at 1.41GHz base and 1.53GHz boost clock speeds.
The card comes equipped with 12GB of GDDR5X memory which is clocked at 10 GB/s delivering a cumulative bandwidth of 480 GB/s. In terms of performance, the Pascal Titan X is 60% faster than the previous gen Titan X based on the Maxwell architecture.
Today, Nvidia confirmed Pascal GTX Titan X full specs which are detailed below. Though, raw performance numbers are still undisclosed.
According to Nvidia, the Titan X is aimed at professional content creators and deep learning researchers. Which means the card is technically not a member of the GeForce family, but the company did say that there are undoubtedly gamers with extremely deep pockets who won’t mind making it part of their gaming rigs.
However, unlike the original GTX Titan GPU, the Pascal GTX Titan X won’t feature increased FP64 and FP16 rates over GP104. Meaning, it won’t be of much use to those who are looking for the budget FP64 compute performance.
The Pascal Titan X sports the monstrous GP102 GPU which packs 12 billion transistors on a 471mm2 die. The GPU features 3584 CUDA cores, 224 texture units, and most likely 96 ROPs. This will enable the card to deliver 4K performance at the smoothest 60 FPS.
The TDP is rated at 250W, with the power delivered through one 8-pin and one 6-pin PCIe connector. Display ports include a DP 1.4, an HDMI 2.0b and a Dual Link DVI.
Nvidia Pascal GTX Titan X Full Specs
|Graphics Card||Nvidia Titan X|
|Base Clock||1471 MHz|
|Boost Clock||1531 MHz|
|Memory Speed||10 Gbps|
|Memory Bandwidth||480 GB/s|
|Technology Support||Simultaneous Multi-Projection|
|GPU Boost 3.0|
|Display Support||7680×4320 @ 60Hz|
|Dual Link DVI|
|Max GPU Temp||94-degrees C|
|GPU Power Draw||250W|
|Power Connectors||1x 6-pin + 1x 8-pin|
The Pascal GTX Titan X will be available for purchase on August 2 for a whopping $1,200.
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