Earlier today we shared with you that NVIDIA announced its latest GPU part of the Pascal architecture – GeForce GTX TITAN X. The name probably rings a bell – yes, its predecessor bears the very same name, and the American’s company catalog contains two GTX TITAN X. Despite this, the differences between the two chips are huge, and this is due to the new architecture announced by NVIDIA on 6th May – Pascal. The graphics cards based on it are the first “green” models manufactured through a 16nm technological process (the previous generation used to rely on 28nm chips).
In our previous publication, we noted some of the most important specs. The present article, however, is entirely dedicated to them and you can find the detailed specs sheet in the table below. GP102 (the die’s code name) features 3584 CUDA cores, 11 TFOPs, 224 texture and 96 raster cores. Additionally, the memory type is GDDR5X which is not surprising bearing in mind that GTX 1080 is of the same type. On the other hand, the new model excels in that it has 12 GB own memory and 384-bit interface. According to NVIDIA, the new TITAN X is 60% better than its predecessor (based on the Maxwell architecture) in performance. Here are the remaining specs which can also be found in NVIDIA’s video announcement of GeForce GTX TITAN X.
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Specs sheet of NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X
|Memory speed||10 Gbps|
|Memory type and size||GDDR5X, 8GB|
|Memory interface width||384-bit|
|Maximum digital resolution||7680×[email protected]|
|Display connectors||DP 1.42, HDMI 2.0b, DL-DVI|
|Technologies supported by|
GeForce GTX 1080
|Dimensions||26.7 cm x 11.12 cm, dualslot|
|Maximum temperature||94 degrees Celsius|
|Maximum consumption||250 Watts|
|Power connectors||1 x 8-pin and 1 x 6-pin|
|Recommended PSU||600 Watts|