Well here are the first known shots of NVIDIA’s next-gen flagship graphics card, the GeForce GTX Titan X. This card is powered by the brand new 28 nm GM200 silicon, which we have heard may feature 3072 CUDA cores, is based on the Maxwell architecture, has a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, NVIDIA’s latest memory bandwidth tech, 96 ROPs and 12 GB of memory.
Taking a closer look it appears that the GM200 silicon is a little bigger that the GK100, which was NVIDIA’s previous big chip. The card is expected to handle 4K or 5K at reasonably high settings.
The rear display I/O looks to be about the same as the GTX 980, we are unsure if the DVI connector will make it to the final version of the card. There were no shots of the VRM released, but we do not expect it to be any different than the GTX 780 Ti’s power requirements. NVIDIA is expected to launch the GTX Titan X within the first half of the year.