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NVIDIA issues TITAN Xp performance driver for Maya and Premier Pro, shows eGPU solution

Posted on Monday, July 31 2017 @ 23:49:50 CEST by

NVIDIA announces a new performance driver for the TITAN Xp. This time it's not gaming-related but a set of optimizations for content creation software like Autodesk Maya and Adobe Premier Pro. Not a lot of details right now but NVIDIA promises performance increases of up to 3x in applications like Maya. Seems like they're bringing some of the Quadro feature set to the cheaper Titan Xp.
TITAN Xp is the most powerful GPU you can put in your PC, and now we’re enabling even better performance with our latest TITAN drivers.

We built TITAN Xp for people who design and create — and, of course, play games. And it’s always getting better.

Our latest driver — available today — delivers 3x more performance in applications like Maya to help you create and design faster than ever.

You can now also use TITAN Xp with more PCs, including thin & light laptops, than ever before, and with external GPU chassis from a wide range of manufacturers including Asus, HP, Powercolor and Razer

And when you’re done if you want to rip through Battlefield 1 at 100 frames per second – no problem.

Best part: TITAN Xp is available worldwide. It’s available from Nvidia.com in United States, Europe, Australia, and Russia; from JD.com in China, PC Home in Taiwan, and from 11st in South Korea.
At the same time, NVIDIA announces its bringing its TITAN Xp and Quadro video cards to more computer systems by setting up an external GPU (eGPU) ecosystem. NVIDIA says the first Quadro eGPU systems will launch in September.




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