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GTX Titan X Specifications

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Nvidia shows off the TITAN X at GDC

GTX Titan X Specifications

 

When Nvidia had shown off the TITAN X at GDC they were very light on the details, all we were told was that the card will have a colossal 12GB frame buffer and over 8 Billion Transistors. Now thanks to the guys and girls at Videocardz we have some specifications to show you all. 

 

GTX Titan X Specifications

 

We expect Nvidia to officially release details on the Titan X over the next few days, but for now here are the leaked specifications.

 

GTX Titan X Specifications  

As we can see in Videocardz's table the GTX Titan X is very similar to the older GTX Titan and the GTX Titan Black. It has a larger core count and frame buffer, just reaching over 3000 with a total count of 3072, which is 192 more cores than the GTX Titan Black and a frame buffer of 12GB.

The main differences between this Titan and previous Titan models is in terms or architecture, with the help of Nvidia's Maxwell architecture we will likely see similar improvements moving from the Titan Black to the Titan X as we saw moving from the GTX 680 to the GTX 980. With a 50% increase in core count we compared to the GTX 980 we expect a 30-40% improvement in performance (as Videocardz reports reduced base and boost core clocks compared to the GTX 980). 

 

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By the looks of all these photos Nvidia are going all black with the reference cooler for the Titan X and will sadly not be using a backplate for their reference GTX Titan X design, unlike their reference GTX 980 and GTX 970 designs, which is disappointing for such a premium product.

Nvidia will not be moving away from SLI bridges for multi-GPU setups with the GTX Titan X. By the looks of it the GTX Titan X will be able to be used in up to a 4 GPU Quad-SLI setup, though as many of you guys know Nvidia do not officially support it anymore. Size wise it looks very similar to the Original Titan, but we have no word on the exact dimensions of the GPU.

We know that the Titan will be powered by an 8-pin and a 6pin PCI-e power connector, which is the same as the previous single cored Titan GPUs, so expect a similar TDP of 250W. 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.

We expect to learn more about the GTX Titan over the next few days, so please come here if you want to keep up with the latest information.

 

You can join the discussion on the GTX Titan X's specifications on the OC3D Forums.

 

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