The successor of the GeForce GTX Titan is coming
The recent arrival of the Maxwell-based GeForce GTX 980 and GeForce GTX 970 graphics cards, as well as the upcoming appearance of the GTX 960 have shifted the attention of gamers towards these flagship NVIDIA models leaving the ultra-high end GeForce GTX Titan generation into obscurity. This situation will not last for long as the successor of the GTX Titan is coming and yes, it will be Maxwell-based.
The new card will be based on the upcoming high-end GM200 GPU and hence it will offer 3072 CUDA cores and 96 ROPs at 988 MHz, a 384-bit memory bus and full 12 GB of GDDR5 memory at 6612 MHz, pixel fillrate of 94.8 GPixels/s, texture fillrate of 252.9 GTexels/s and 28 nm production technology. This means that the GeForce GTX Titan-X, as the card is currently called, will largely look like the already announced but yet unreleased NVIDIA Quadro M6000 professional graphics card.
The new high-end gaming card will be unveiled during Q1 2015 and most likely in February. The GTX Titan-X is expected to sell for approximately USD 1350.