Tuesday, March 17th 2015

NVIDIA Launches the GeForce GTX TITAN X

NVIDIA formally launched the GeForce GTX TITAN X, its flagship graphics card based on the "Maxwell" architecture, following its GDC 2015 unveiling. Based on the new 28 nm GM200 silicon, the GTX TITAN X packs 3,072 CUDA cores, 192 TMUs, 96 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 12 GB of memory. With 50% more graphics processing muscle over its previous-generation (7.1 TFLOP/s), the card retains its 250W TDP rating, of its predecessor. The GTX TITAN will launch in reference-design, and will be priced at US $999.
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56 Comments on NVIDIA Launches the GeForce GTX TITAN X

#1
荷兰大母猪
For this price I will wait for 980ti(maybe) or amd 390x. I never buy gtx Titan series for this crazy price and useless memory.
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#2
Mathragh
Did they actually let the NDA for reviews run out later than the official launch?
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#3
renz496
so no DP. for what reason this thing priced at 1k?
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#4
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Shame there isn't a TPU review to go with it the announcement. :ohwell:

@W1zzard Will you be reviewing it?
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qubit
Shame there isn't a TPU review to go with it the announcement. :ohwell:

@W1zzard Will you be reviewing it?
I think W1zzard posted a few days ago that he was already benching one but had to wait on the NDA to lift.
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#7
m1dg3t
renz496
so no DP. for what reason this thing priced at 1k?
'DP' For nVidia marketing & accounting, at customer expense. ;)
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#8
xorbe
And the vram speed? Both 6 and 7 GHz specs are kicking around.
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#9
64K
I don't see a Titan X review up on any site so I guess the NDA hasn't lifted yet.
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#10
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Oh how I wish i could afford this card! :cry:
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#11
GhostRyder
Good looking card, I wonder if the card glows green like in the pictures they showed :P

Either way, cannot wait to see the benchmarks of the card!
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#13
xkche
Review today?

I've to go to buy some candies.
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#15
Mathragh
Well, it certainly doesn't really bode that well if they lift the NDA substantially later than their official launch.
Scarily in line with the stuff major game publishers are pulling on us with game launches of which the reviews also are NDA-ed for quite a while after the launch, trying to hide all the flaws still in the game from wannabe early adopters.

I was watching the live feed of the presentation and i believe in the second sentence after he showed the Titan X he was already kind of apologizing for its weak DP math (only 0,7Tflops). I can certainly understand that if they really ment this as a gaming card (eventhough the name Titan in that case is more than a little misleading). However they then continue the rest of their presentation with only a very small graphics demo, filling the rest with cool stories about all the scientific and productivity math this thing can do.
I'm kinda missing their true focus there (apart from marketing this card as hard as possible ofc).I also find it scarily in line with the questionable
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#16
jabbadap
xkche
Review today?

I've to go to buy some candies.
Yeah wondering same myself too. Tuesday it's not a usual day for nda lift to nvidia. I was waiting it to be Thursday 19. march at 7 am. pdt, which is normally time for nvidia's nda lift. But maybe it's after the gtc keynote speeches(11 am pdt).
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Mathragh
Well, it certainly doesn't really bode that well if they lift the NDA substantially later than their official launch.

I was watching the live feed of the presentation and i believe the second sentence after he showed the Titan X he was already kind of apologizing for its weak DP math (only 0,7Tflops). I can certainly understand that if they really ment this as a gaming card (eventhough the name Titan in that case is more than a little misleading). However they then continue the rest of their presentation with only a very small graphics demo, filling the rest with cool stories about all the scientific and productivity math this thing can do.
I'm kinda missing their true focus there (apart from marketing this card as hard as possible ofc).
Yeah, he said the Titan Z is for that but where do they still sell them new?
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#18
W1zzard
NDA in ~1 hour... patience people
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#19
the54thvoid
W1zzard
NDA in ~1 hour... patience people
Pati...what?

Speak english.
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#20
Arrakis9
W1zzard
NDA in ~1 hour... patience people
cant wait need nao
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#21
64K
It's always the last hour of the wait that's the longest.

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#22
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
荷兰大母猪
For this price I will wait for 980ti(maybe) or amd 390x. I never buy gtx Titan series for this crazy price and useless memory.
I'll wait for the slightly cut-down version, just like I did with the 780 release. That's the one I want comparison benchmarks to the 390x for!
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#23
Patriot
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For this price I will wait for 980ti(maybe) or amd 390x. I never buy gtx Titan series for this crazy price and useless memory.
This has no DP, it is the 980ti.
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Patriot
This has no DP, it is the 980ti.
I hope that doesn't turn out to be true but if it is then it may mean that Pascal isn't too far off in which case I will wait on Pascal. $1,000 for a gaming single GPU isn't for me.
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#25
jabbadap
64K
I hope that doesn't turn out to be true but if it is then it may mean that Pascal isn't too far off in which case I will wait on Pascal. $1,000 for a gaming single GPU isn't for me.
0.2 Tflops DP, according to nvidia. There's room for the 6gig version of this card(gtx980ti). But I think nvidia will wait for amds r9-390x first(milking mode on, no point of cannibalizing it's own sells).
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