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GTX Titan X Performance?

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Nvidia shows off the TITAN X at GDC

GTX Titan X Performance?

 

When Nvidia had shown off the TITAN X at GDC they were very light on the details, all we know is that the card will feature a 12GB frame buffer and over 8 Billion Transistors.

Nvidia said that further details will be revealed about the GPU sooner rather than later, but until then the guys over at Videocardz have written up some alleged specs and have what they claim to have some 3DMARK results with both a stock and an overclocked GTX Titan X, aswell as up to Quad-SLI results.

  

Nvidia shows off the TITAN X at GDC

 

By the looks of it Nvidia are going all black with the reference cooler for the Titan X, and will not be moving away from SLI bridges for multi-GPU setups either. By the looks of it the GTX Titan X will be able to be used in up to a 4 GPU Quad-SLI setup. Size wise it looks very similar to the Original Titan, but we have no word on the exact dimensions of the GPU.

When it comes to price and performance all we can do is guess, with the efficiency improvements of Maxwell we expect to see performance improvements somewhere in the range of 50% higher than the GTX 980 or GTX 780Ti, but until Nvidia sends samples to test all we can do is guess. 

We know that thei Titan will be powered by an 8-pin and a 6pin PCI-e power connector, which is the same as the previous Titan GPU, so expect a similar TDP. In terms of visual outputs we have 3 Display port connectors, which is the same as the GTX 980 and a single HDMI 2.0 and a single DVI connector. 

 

Nvidia shows off the TITAN X at GDC

 

VideoCardz's leaked specifications and benchmarks do look fairly consistent with what we at OC3D would guess where the is, given what we know about Maxwell GPU architecture and the previous Titan GPUs.

Here is VideoCardz's leaked benchmarks and specifications;

 

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As we can see in these benchmarks, the GTX 980 only has about 75 to 80% of the performance of the GTX Titan X, with the original Titan having around 60% of the performance of the Titan X. These results are early leaks, so we cannot confirm their legitimacy, but they are similar to what we expect from the card.

 

You can join the discussion on the GTX Titan X's Leaked Specs and performance on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

10-03-2015, 14:52:18

Agost
I still doubt that anyone would buy the Titan X, knowing what happened with the first Titan and the 780sQuote

10-03-2015, 14:57:38

KING_OF_SAND
I think Nvidia needs to get their heads out of their a$$.Quote

10-03-2015, 15:14:12

ShaunB-91
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Originally Posted by Agost View Post
I still doubt that anyone would buy the Titan X, knowing what happened with the first Titan and the 780s
Dicehunter has already spilled he is going to buy it lol.Quote

10-03-2015, 15:42:35

JR23
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Originally Posted by Agost View Post
I still doubt that anyone would buy the Titan X, knowing what happened with the first Titan and the 780s
TBF the 780 lost more Value over the year following that point than the Titan did

Everything finds its place.

JRQuote

10-03-2015, 16:49:04

The_Governour
After the fiasko with the 780 that I bought then I will wait a bit and see what they come out with next as a ti verion or a platinum titan might appear.Quote
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