Big things are happening in the world of gaming and graphics this morning, and Nvidia is adding fuel to the fire with the unveiling of its Titan Xp (yes, really) graphics card.
Not content to let the original Titan X Pascal languish after the launch of the GTX 1080 Ti, Nvidia has fully unleashed the GP102 GPU under the hood of that card and upgraded the Xp with 12GB of 11.4 GT/s GDDR5X memory. The fully-enabled GP102 chip has a specified boost clock of 1582 MHz, up 51 MHz from that of the original Titan X Pascal's range. That means the Titan Xp offers 3840 shader processors with 12 TFLOPS of theoretical throughput, and its 384-bit memory bus offers a theoretical 547.7 GB/s of bandwidth. The card slots into the same 250W thermal envelope as its predecessor.
The Titan Xp is available now for $1200 direct from Nvidia's website.
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