GeForce GTX Titan-X specs available online

GeForce GTX Titan-X specs available online

The specs of the new ultra high-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan-X have been listed online by various sources. The new card, which is expected any time soon, will be NVIDIA’s single GPU flagship for the time being.

So let’s take a glance at the specs that have surfaced on the Internet. Keep in mind that, although the specs listed here may be the real ones, they are still preliminary and may not be completely correct. So what will the GeForce GTX Titan-X bring? The card is to be based on the GM200 GPU with Maxwell technology inside, and will have 3072 CUDA cores, 192 texture units and 96 ROPs. The GPU will integrate six Graphics Processing Clusters (GPC) with each one of them having four streaming multiprocessor (SMM) units for a total of 24 SMMs. The GPU has access to six 64-bit memory controllers, which means that it is served by a 384-bit memory bus.

The GeForce GTX Titan-X is expected to run at 1002 MHz for the GPU (1089 MHz Turbo) and to have 12 GB of GDDR5 memory at 7012 MHz effective. The TDP of the card will be 250 watts but the TDP will likely be higher when the card gets overclocked. By the way the GTX Titan-X is said to be able to run at 1200 MHz for the GPU (1280 MHz Turbo) while the memory is capable of operating at 8000 MHz effective.

Source: IXBT.com

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