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NVIDIA Unveils New Range Topping Titan X Card

The last few months has seen NVIDIA release three new graphic cards onto the market with the new Pascal architecture. The Geforce GTX 1070 and  GTX 1080 were announced in May then released in the subsequent weeks, with the baby of the 10 series range the GTX 1060 launching just this week. Now the company has announced a fourth product, the top-of-the-range Titan X.

Just as the previous Titan X model this latest incarnation offers the best graphical performance in the range, with NVIDIA packing all its knowledge and expertise into it. For gamers looking to get the best out of their games, and especially if you own an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive head-mounted display (HMD), then the Titan X will surely be the best way to max out content.

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Definitely not a product for the consumer market the Titan X will be sold for $1,200 directly through NVIDIA.com. As such the enthusiasts out there who are interested in the Titan X will want to see some specifications and the company has now revealed them:

GPU Engine Specs:

NVIDIA CUDA Cores – 3584

Base Clock (MHz) – 1417

Boost Clock (MHz) – 1531

 

Memory Specs:

 

Memory Speed – 10 Gbps

Standard Memory Config – 12 GB GDDR5X

Memory Interface Width – 384-bit

Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) – 480

 

Technology Support:

 

Simultaneous Multi-Projection – Yes

VR Ready – Yes

NVIDIA Ansel – Yes

SLI HB Bridge SupportedNVIDIA SLI® Ready – Yes

NVIDIA G-SYNC™-Ready – Yes

NVIDIA GameStream™-Ready  – Yes

NVIDIA GPU Boost™ – 3.0

Microsoft DirectX – 12 API with feature level 12_1

Vulkan API – Yes

OpenGL – 4.5

Bus Support – PCIe 3.0

OS Certification – Windows 7-101, Linux, FreeBSDx86

 

Display Support:

 

Maximum Digital Resolution – 7680×4320@60Hz

Standard Display Connectors – DP 1.43, HDMI 2.0b, Dual Link-DVI

Multi Monitor – Yes

HDCP – 2.2

 

Graphics Card Dimensions:

 

Height – 4.376″

Length – 10.5″

Width – 2 Slot

 

Thermal and Power Specs:

 

Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) – 94

Graphics Card Power (W) – 250W

Recommended System Power (W) – 600W

Supplementary Power Connectors – 1 8-pin and 1 6-pin

The Titan X will be available 2nd August 2016 in North America and Europe from NVIDIA.com and select system builders, and coming soon to Asia.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of NVIDIA, reporting back with any new announcements.