Just when you’d think that Nvidia couldn’t release anything more powerful than the GTX 1080 Ti, it unleashed the Titan Xp – its fastest, most powerful graphics card ever. Interestingly, the company didn’t announce the beastly graphics card which much fanfare.
That aside, the new Nvidia Titan Xp graphics card features the full and unaltered Pascal GP102 GPU. Nvidia’s Titan Xp features 3,840 CUDA Cores, 96 ROPs (render output units) and 240 TMUs (texture mapping units). All of which are, of course, a representation of the ‘true power’ of the Pascal GP102 GPU.
Besides that, the Nvidia Titan Xp is also bestowed with higher VRAM capacity as well: 12GB. Memory clock speed is rated at 11.4Gbps, whilst the graphics card’s memory bandwidth speeds are at 547.7GBps. In addition, compute performance is rated at 12.15 TFLOPs. Nvidia’s Titan Xp also features a boost clock speed of 1582MHz, which is oddly 2MHz slower than the older Titan X.
In essence, almost every single specification of this graphics card is better than its predecessor. Speaking of which, it seems that with the introduction of the Titan Xp, Nvidia will be retiring its older Pascal-based Titan X. Regardless, the monstrous Nvidia Titan Xp has been made available on Nvidia’s official website, for an equally beastly price of US$1,200 (about RM5,323).