Finally it's here, the new mega graphics card GTX Titan X from . The high-end card costs a whopping $ 1,000, according to preliminary burns but a graphic fireworks from.
Nvidia GTX Titan X: Specs of high-end graphics card
In the Titan X expects a Maxwell GM200 GPU (1,089 MHz in boost mode), supported by 3,072 shader units and 12 GB of DDR5 memory. Thanks to the high memory clock of 3,506 MHz data transfer around 50 percent runs faster than the GTX 980. The memory is also connected via a 384-bit interface, which is also the extreme benchmark results stated that were known in advance.
Titanium X with DirectX 12: Ready for the future
The Titanium X supports both CUDA and 4.5, and of course the new graphics interface DirectX 12.1, so it is ready for the launch of Windows 10. The card has an HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort connectors and three will cost $ 1,000. With the Titanium X Nvidia is always prepared for what can make current graphics engines such as Unreal Engine 4.