Just moments ago, NVIDIA has as officially unveiled the brand new Titan X graphics card. While it might share the same name as per the card that was released in March 2015, this particular Titan X is based on NVIDIA’s latest GPU architecture, Pascal.
Hence, it is not surprising that the company claimed that the new Pascal-based Titan X is up to 60% faster in terms of performance as compared to its predecessor. At the same time, NVIDIA also claimed that the new card is able to churn out 11 TFLOPS (FP32) worth of computing performance.
Here is a quick comparison between the specifications for both version of Titan X:
As for its pricing, the new Pascal-based Titan X will go for USD 1,200 (about RM 4,884) once it is made available in North America and Europe starting from 2 August. NVIDIA also stated that the card will be made available in Asia very soon as well but didn’t specify any exact release date for it.