NVIDIA has just dropped their new consumer flagship single-chip graphics card, the new GeForce GTX Titan X. It seems that NVIDIA is keeping the same naming scheme, not naming card the Titan P or something like that. Last night at an artificial intelligence meet-up at Stanford University, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun announced and then proceeded to give away a few of these new Pascal-based Titan X GPUs.
The new Titan X is based off the Pascal GP102 GPU, which NVIDIA says is the biggest GPU they’ve ever built! The GP102 features 3584 CUDA cores and is clocked at 1.53 GHz. In terms of design it is very similar to the GTX 1080. The card has 12-billion transistors, 12GB of GDDR5X memory with a memory bandwidth of 480 GB/s, 11 TFLOPs FP32 (32-bit floating point) performance, 44 TOPS INT8 (new deep learning inferencing instruction) performance, and high performance engineering for maximum overclocking.
The new Pascal-powered Titan X will be available August 2nd for $1200 direct from NVIDIA.com in North America and Europe and from select system builders. NVIDIA posted a teaser video on their YouTube channel, you can check it out below.