Nvidia officially reveals their £2,399 Titan RTX

And you though the RTX 2080 Ti was expensive...

Nvidia officially reveals their £2,399 Titan RTX

Nvidia officially reveals their £2,399 Titan RTX

Nvidia has officially revealed their Titan RTX graphics card, which will ship with a price tag of £2,399 in the UK ($2,499 US) and more CUDA cores, higher clock speeds, increased memory bandwidth and over double the VRAM capacity of a Geforce RTX 2080 Ti.  

From what we know about the Titan RTX the graphics card unleashes the full performance of Nvidia's TU-102 graphics core, utilising the full 4,608 CUDA core count of the graphics card as well as its full 384-bit memory bus. 

When looking into this graphics card's specifications, we can see a 4% increase in the graphics card's boost clock speed and a 5.8% increase in CUDA cores, amounting to a core performance boost of around 10%. On top of that, the graphics card also offers around 9% more memory bandwidth, as well as a 2.18x increase in VRAM capacity.

The graphics card itself ships with a golden colouration that is similar to Nvidia's Titan V and a heatsink design that appears to be identical to the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition. In total, this graphics processor offers 72 RT cores and 576 Tensor cores.    

Nvidia Founders Edition Graphics Titan RTXGeforce RTX 2080 TiGeforce RTX 2080Geforce RTX 2070
CUDA Cores4,6084,3522944 2304
Ray Tracing Performance????10 Gigarays8 Gigarays6 Gigarays
Base Clock
Boost Clock1770MHz1635MHz1800MHz1710MHz
Memory Capacity24GB11GB8GB8GB
Memory Speed14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps
Memory Bandwidth672GB/s616GB/s448GB/s448GB/s
Memory Bus Size384-bit352-bit256-bit256-bit
SLIVia NVLinkVia NVLinkVia NVLinkN/A

Nvidia officially reveals their £2,399 Titan RTX  

With a price tag of £2,399, it is easy to say that this graphics card is well beyond the price range of most gamers, with two Geforce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition graphics cards costing £2,198. The Titan RTX is expected to offer around 10% more performance than an RTX 2080 Ti, making its pricing insane for gamers. That being said is pseudo-workstation qualities and extra VRAM may make the Titan RTX worthwhile for select use cases. 

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Most Recent Comments

03-12-2018, 13:27:17

and we thought they were already taking the lol

03-12-2018, 13:28:53

Because we totally have games that are pushing 24gb of VRAM..... not. We are barely capping out 8gb-9gb in almost everything available today that pushes the boundary of gaming graphics.

Sigh....this is just overkill in all forms of the word; and yet, sadly, someone will buy this to "future" proof and be let down 6 months to a year from now when the next card comes out.

Even in a work environment I can't see this being necessary even as a game dev working to make an RTX enabled game... I can see the use of the 2080ti or two of those, but not this thing.

Just my 2 cents!Quote

03-12-2018, 13:43:44


03-12-2018, 13:49:57

I mean ffs... I just bought a 2080 and that was pushing it for me. This is just mad. This surely can't be a good thing for gamers?Quote

03-12-2018, 13:57:08

I don't understand this product at all, the Quadro RTX 6000 is about £6k but at least that's go full Quadro driver support and is tuned for workstation rendering. This Titan V is basically the same HW as a Q6000 but for a lot less money - which is good - but it doesn't have all of the Quadro 'goodness'.Quote

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