NVIDIA Titan X Pascal available for purchase, first benchmarks revealed, almost offering 4K with 60fps

NVIDIA’s latest high-end Titan X GPU – based on the Pascal architecture – is now available for purchase. This graphics card costs $1,200 and features 3584 CUDA cores, its core is clocked at 1.42GHz (with a boost clock at 1.53GHz), comes with 12GB of GDDR5X VRAM, and offers 480GB/s memory bandwidth.

Those interested can purchase the Titan X Pascal directly from NVIDIA’s store.

As we’ve already said, the NVIDIA Titan X will feature 12 billion transistors and will sport 11 TFLOPS. The GPU will require one eight-pin and one six-pin PCI-E power connectors, and will come with 3x DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0b and a dual-link DVI port.

In addition, the first benchmarks for this GPU have emerged. According to the graphs, this new Titan X is pretty close at running games in 4K with 60fps.


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