After Gigabyte, Zotac, and EVGA, MSI and Palit have now announced their versions of the new GeForce GTX Titan GPU.
Both cards come with the standard GeForce GTX Titan X specifications. That means you get 3,072 CUDA cores based on the NVIDIA Maxwell architecture, 3072 kilobytes of L2 cache, 192 Texture Mapping Units (TMUs), 96 Raster Operation Units (ROPs), and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface with 12GB of video memory. Both cards feature a standard base clock of 1000 MHz and boost clock of 1075 MHz. The memory is clocked at 7000 MHz on the Palit GTX Titan X while the MSI GTX Titan X features a slightly higher 7010 MHz clock.
MSI and Palit haven’t announced any details regarding the pricing and release of the new GTX Titan X cards. However, you can expect these two cards to be priced at a similar $999 price-tag as the other GTX Titan X cards announced so far, with sales expected to begin later this month.