The new card comes at a price tag of $1200 from the official website. The TITAN X GPU is now powered by the NVIDIA Pascal GPU architecture with 11 TFLOPS of parallel computing performance. This may not be the ideal consumer graphics processing unit but for the professional, it is surely a device of interest. It is billed to give 3x more performance than the GeForce GTX 900.
What are the Other Specs on the NVIDIA TITAN X GPU?
The NVIDIA TITAN X comes with 3584 NVIDIA CUDA Cores, a base clock of 1417 MHz and a boost clock of 1531 MHZ. The memory speed is capped at 10 Gbps with inbuilt memory at 12 GB GDDR5X. The memory interface with is 384-bit and memory bandwidth is 480 GB/s.
Simultaneous multi-projection, VR and Ansel are supported on this card. SLI HB and G-Sync are supported too. Out of this GPU, you also get GameStream whenever needed. The device is Vulkan ready and comes with support for OpenGL 4.5 and Microsoft DirectX 12 with feature level 12_1.
Maximum Digital Resolution is capped at 7680px by 4320px at 60Hz. Supported Connectors include DP 1.43, HDMI 2.0b and Dual Link-DVI with multi-monitor support. You can get HDCP 2.2 on the NVIDIA TITAN X as well.