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NVIDIA Titan Xp features full GP102 with 3840 CUDA cores and faster memory

Posted on Thursday, April 06 2017 @ 16:18:51 CEST by

Another out-of-the-blue announcement from NVIDIA! While recent AMD hardware announcements leaked out days or sometimes even weeks before the actual launch, NVIDIA seems to be doing a decent job of keeping everything secret.

Today NVIDIA rolls out a new flagship video card called the Titan Xp. Last month's launch of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti removed the need to buy a Titan card so the company came up with a new Titan model that features a full GP102 GPU. Previously, the full GP102 was exclusively used for the Tesla cards but now there's the Titan Xp with 3840 CUDA cores, a faster Boost (vs Titan X) as well as faster memory.

The Titan Xp features a Boost speed of 1582MHz and it has 12GB GDDR5X memory clocked at 11.4GHz to deliver 547.7GB/s of memory bandwidth. The card uses one 8-pin and one 6-pin PCIe power connector and has a 250W TDP.

Compared with the $699.99 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, you get 256 extra CUDA cores, the same Boost clockspeed, 1GB GDDR5X memory extra and a memory frequency that's 400MHz higher. You can buy the Titan Xp card via NVIDIA's website for exactly $1,200 with free shipping.




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