NVIDIA has introduced its latest high-end graphics card called the TITAN X. It is based on Pascal architecture and is successor to last year’s GTX TITAN X.
This latest graphics card from NVIDIA houses GP102 GPU and is built on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET process. It users vapour chamber cooling technology for improved heat dissipation. The TITAN X supports DirectX 12 and Vulkan graphics API’s.
The card is specially designed to drive display devices beyond 5K resolution. It includes HDR and is powerful enough to support immersive VR. The Graphics card has 12GB GDDR5X Frame buffer with 10Gbps memory type-speed. It runs of boost clock speeds of 1531 MHz and boasts memory bandwidth of 480 GB / second. It also houses 3584 CUDA cores with 11 TFLOPS (FMA).
The NVIDIA TITAN X price starts at $1200 in North America. It will go on sale in US and Europe from August 2, 2016. Asian markets will get this high end graphics card soon however, exact launch dates were not revealed.