NVIDIA pulled off a major surprise today by announcing its new flagship graphics card, the Pascal-based TITAN X.
The NVIDIA TITAN X is the biggest GPU from the company yet, packing a record-breaking 3584 CUDA cores, delivering 11 TFLOPS FP32 computing performance. That’s a significant jump over the GTX Titan X’s 6.6 TFLOPS compute performance.
Based on the GP102 silicon, the TITAN X comes with 12GB of GDDR5X memory on a 384-bit interface with a total bandwidth of 480 GB/s. The card features a 1417MHz core clock and a 1531MHz boost clock. According to NVIDIA, the new TITAN X delivers up to 60% faster performance when compared to the previous TITAN X. The TDP od the card remains identical to its predecessor at 250W.
The new TITAN X will go on sale starting August 2nd for $1200 in North America.