Nvidia has quietly launched the Titan Xp, an up to date model of 2016’s Pascal Titan X which was colloquially and shortly confusingly known as the Titan XP. The new Titan Xp is obtainable immediately from Nvidia for £1,160 or $1,200—the identical worth that final 12 months’s Titan X launched at. Delivery time is listed as “1-3 working days.”
The new Titan Xp lastly contains a full-fat Pascal GP102 GPU, with all three,840 CUDA cores unlocked. Last 12 months’s Titan X and the lately launched GTX 1080 Ti solely have three,584. Previously, the one solution to get your fingers on GP102 was to choose up a Quadro P6000 card for a number of thousand bucks. Memory velocity on the Titan Xp has been elevated over final 12 months’s Titan, from 10GHz as much as 11.4GHz. Max increase clock has additionally been bumped up barely from 1,531MHz to 1,582MHz.
The quantity of reminiscence stays the identical at 12GB of GDDR5X RAM; the 384-bit reminiscence bus width returns, too. Thanks to the reminiscence velocity enhance, although, max bandwidth is a monstrous 547.7GB/sec—larger even than authentic HBM.
Other than that, there is not a complete lot to say concerning the Titan Xp. Clearly the GTX 1080 Ti was a bit of too near the Titan X at nearly half the value, and so Nvidia wanted a brand new range-topper. It additionally appears that Nvidia has dropped the “GTX” prefix for the Titan Xp, which may be an indicator that this new card is not aimed toward players—or it would simply be a advertising and marketing goof.
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