Nvidia has quietly unveiled this year’s Titan graphics card today, the ultra high-end Pascal-powered Titan Xp. It is available now for $1,200.
The new Titan Xp (an upgrade of 2016’s Titan X) boasts 12 teraflops of computing power — twice as much as Project Scorpio, which had its full specs revealed by Microsoft earlier today — as well as a full 3,840 CUDA cores running at 1.6GHz. It’s kept the same amount of memory as the Titan X at 12GB GDDR5X, but received a boost in memory speed (11.4 Gbps from last year’s 10 Gbps) and max boost clock (1,582MHz over 1,531MHz). You can check out the full specs on Nvidia’s website.
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