Nvidia finally made an official announcement that the Titan Xp will finally hit the market. Titan Xp is a high-end GP102-based consumer grade GPU which delivers amazing performance which unfortunately also costs amazing – which is worth £1,200!
The Nvidia Xp is expected to wear the crown for a long time as it delivers top performance like pro-GPU cards like ECC memory as well as non-nobbled dual precision floating-point. This makes it Nvidia Titan Xp deserving of the crown since it is still the most powerful and best GP102-based GPU which the company has every released to the public. The name however is a bit confused with the earlier version which is the Titan X Pascal which already has established a common name as Titan XP.
The newer version of Titan XP is not only popular because its new, its popular because it has a lot of amazing specifications to show off to the public which includes: 12 GB GDDR5X frame buffering having an output of 11.4 Gb/sec for its card, its GP102 GPU features 3,840 active CUDA cores which runs under boost clock of 1,582 MHz; however with this regard, the company seems not to share the native clock. The card is known to claim 12 Trillion floating-point operations in a second (TFLOPS) of its compute performance. If you’re willing to spend £2,400 on a graphics card, you can have a 2-way SLI to go with your system. Today, they say that the card will max out at 250 Watts. What’s funny though is that the ‘Titan X’ markings still remain on this new version of card without the added ‘x’ on its end – one which will create a massive confusion among users in the long run.
Indeed, with all these mentioned features that come along the Titan Xp it certainly makes it the king in its field however it’s pricing may not be as attractive as it is – which is £1,200 inclusive of VAT and a max of 2 for a person. Here’s a link to other details on this news as well as other available products from Nvidia.