Tuesday, August 2nd 2016

NVIDIA TITAN X Pascal Available from Today

NVIDIA's flagship graphics card targeted at gamers and PC enthusiasts, the TITAN X Pascal, will be available from today, exclusively through the GeForce website, at this page. NVIDIA will be directly marketing the card. The card is priced at US $1,199 (excl taxes). Based on the 16 nm "GP102," derived from the "Pascal" architecture, the TITAN X Pascal features 3,584 CUDA cores, 224 TMUs, 96 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5X memory, holding 12 GB of memory. The chip is clocked at 1417 MHz core, with 1531 MHz GPU Boost, and 10 Gbps memory, working out to 480 GB/s memory bandwidth. Like the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, the TITAN X Pascal appears to be limited to 2-way SLI.

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128 Comments on NVIDIA TITAN X Pascal Available from Today

#1
raghu78
No reviews for the Titan X. Why is Nvidia not sampling this card to reviewers. How do they expect a consumer to buy a card without seeing reviews ? Nvidia's dominance of the GPU market is letting them get away with such rubbish.
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#2
Vayra86
There is only one question here

How bad will it throttle?
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#3
PP Mguire
Vayra86
There is only one question here

How bad will it throttle?
It won't if the proper fan profile is applied.
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#4
bug
raghu78
No reviews for the Titan X. Why is Nvidia not sampling this card to reviewers. How do they expect a consumer to buy a card without seeing reviews ? Nvidia's dominance of the GPU market is letting them get away with such rubbish.
They dropped GeForce from the name, I think they want to reposition Titans as something other than gaming cards. Not sure what, nor do I care, but that could explain the absence of reviews from your usual sources. Anandtech may write something interesting about this at some point, but everybody else will just tell you it's x% faster than a 1080...
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#5
Ferrum Master
bug
They dropped GeForce from the name
But it still lingers on the card side... thus creating confusion.
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#7
Octopuss
So is this just overclocked 1080, or is it a different GPU?
Sorry I am just a clueless long time AMD user :D
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#8
Grings
£1099 in uk ($1460)

While its a ludicrous amount it includes VAT, props to Nvidia for not pulling the 'ole 1:1 currency conversion shenanigans
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#9
Nobody99
I hope they used copper for cooling.
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#11
bug
Octopuss
So is this just overclocked 1080, or is it a different GPU?
Sorry I am just a clueless long time AMD user :D
This is GP102, the 1080 is GP104.
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#12
m1dg3t
Vayra86
There is only one question here

How bad will it throttle?
About $1200 USD worth lol
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#13
RejZoR
PP Mguire
It won't if the proper fan profile is applied.
Fan profile: 747 Jet Turbo Mode
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#14
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
raghu78
No reviews for the Titan X. Why is Nvidia not sampling this card to reviewers. How do they expect a consumer to buy a card without seeing reviews ? Nvidia's dominance of the GPU market is letting them get away with such rubbish.
No reviews indeed. They're going by reputation alone... and that lack of competition. Bet that overpriced thing sells like hotcakes. :rolleyes:

jabbadap
It's castrated gp102 gpu(3584/3840 cuda cores and 417mm² die), GTX 1080 uses smaller gp104 gpu(Full chip with 2560 cuda cores and 314mm² die). And it has lower clocks that gtx 1080.

Videocardz has some benchmarks listed:
http://videocardz.com/62766/first-gaming-benchmarks-of-nvidia-titan-x-are-here
I don't like castrated GPUs either and try to avoid them wherever possible. This usually means buying the top card, but it's not affordable any more.

I remember how I felt buying the GTX 580 in its day. Awesome performance that blasted through everything for "just" £400 and nothing removed from the GPU. Felt great.
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#15
Caring1
The "buy now" link isn't working on their page, all the other links do.
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#16
lZKoce
raghu78
No reviews for the Titan X. Why is Nvidia not sampling this card to reviewers. How do they expect a consumer to buy a card without seeing reviews ? Nvidia's dominance of the GPU market is letting them get away with such rubbish.
Look at it man....just look at it....keep looking.....are you looking ? Do you really need a review to buy one ? :D :D
Think about it, you will have the biggest e-p**n out there. PC master race ;) / sarcasm
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#17
PP Mguire
RejZoR
Fan profile: 747 Jet Turbo Mode
Not really audible with just a single card. I only had to set my fans at 85% whenever I wanted to OC on the stock cooler. The SC sticks to 1392 around 70% which isn't bad.
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#18
eddman
Well, there are always people who want the best, no matter the price. NVidia know that there are enough of these idi... I mean customers, so why not take advantage of them.

Those who know the value of money, would wait for 1080 Ti.
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#19
ZoneDymo
eddman
Well, there are always people who want the best, no matter the price. NVidia know that there are enough of these idi... I mean customers, so why not take advantage of them.

Those who know the value of money, would wait for 1080 Ti.
My only problem is that they also determine what is "value for money" and for the past generations I find this value for money to be absolute bs.

@post

Sooo it does not actually say "Pascal" anywhere on the GPU huh?
Just "Geforce GTX" and "Titan X" ....good stuff...
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#20
alucasa
They gotta recoup the 970 lawsuit money somehow.
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#21
eddman
ZoneDymo
My only problem is that they also determine what is "value for money" and for the past generations I find this value for money to be absolute bs.
Who? NVidia? They don't determine jack. Don't worry, 1080's and 1070's prices will go down as soon as AMD releases their vega cards. This always happens in all markets when there is no competition and a lot of demand.

You say past generations, but you forget 8800 Ultra. Even 8800 GTX was expensive.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2222
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#22
P4-630


1310 Euros in my country. :p

I don't need more horsepower for some years now, happy with my GTX1070 :D
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#23
Caring1
Those figures in the chart don't say what the test set up is, but they look higher than the average with a 6700K.
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#24
xorbe
It's $1338 if you're in California (taxes + s/h). I think the take rate will be a lot lower than the $999 price point, but I could be wrong.
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