NVIDIA leaves us wanting to know more about the new GeForce Titan-X
NVIDIA has surprised everyone in this GDC 2015 which will be unveiling its new flagship graphics card under the Maxwell architecture, the GeForce GTX Titan-X. Although it has only unveiled it with no formal launch of the product (we do not know its specifications yet), but they have shown the video card itself and in the words of NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, “this graphic card will be faster than the current GeForce dual GTX Titan Z” We are thus left to speculate on what Nvidia is up to.
One thin we do know ant that is that its GeForce GTX Titan suffers from low level of sales and all the controversy surrounding the entire family. This is will no doubt be a high-end graphics card and therefore most definitely will come with an exorbitant price, oriented only to a small group of very specific users who simply want the best card regardless of the cost. We will have to wait for the official launch of the card to learn its specifications, but according to the CEO of the company theTitan-X will, with be a single GPU, faster than the current Titan-Z, rumors and speculations about possible specifications are brewing.
Titan NVIDIA X
We can be sure that it will be based on the Maxwell architecture, with the GM200 chip having many options. We could see it come with a total of 3072 CUDA cores, a bandwidth of 512-bit memory and up to 12GB of GDDR5 RAM dedicated memory (most likely NVIDIA will begin using 8Gb chips for the memory of the Titan -X.)
From the outside, the Titan-X is quite similar to the Titan Black but with two differences: as you can see in the picture above, the name “TITAN” is illuminated in white, and the fan light is green. On the side it also has the same illuminated GeForce logo.