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Nvidia's Titan RTX is now available to purchase

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Nvidia's Titan RTX is now available to purchase

Nvidia's Titan RTX is now available to purchase 

It's finally here, Nvidia's RTX Titan is now available, delivering purchasers their Turing TU102 core in its full glory, offering more CUDA cores, higher clock speeds and boosted memory capacity/bandwidth when compared to the RTX 2080 Ti. 

With a price tag of £2,399 in the UK and $2,499 in the US, the Geforce Titan RTX ships with a 2x price increase over the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition, packing a 4% boost in listed boost clock speeds, a 5.8% increase in CUDA core count and a 9% boost in memory bandwidth. Combining this with the Titan RTX's 24GB frame buffer delivers Nvidia's most powerful graphics card to date, at least for the "gaming" market (The Titan V offers a lot more double precision compute performance). 

When compared to the RTX 2080 Ti, the Titan RTX ships with a similar cooler design that packs golden colouration, matching Nvidia's Volta-based Titan V. Outside of its performance, the selling points of the Titan RTX is its large 24GB frame buffer and the pseudo workstation qualities that the Titan series is known for, offering a lot of value to select users. 
  

Nvidia Founders Edition Graphics Titan RTXGeforce RTX 2080 TiGeforce RTX 2080Geforce RTX 2070
ArchitectureTuringTuringTuringTuring
CUDA Cores4,6084,3522944 2304
Ray Tracing Performance????10 Gigarays8 Gigarays6 Gigarays
Base Clock
1350MHz1350MHz1510Mhz1410MHz
Boost Clock1770MHz1635MHz1800MHz1710MHz
Memory TypeGDDR6GDDR6GDDR6GDDR6
Memory Capacity24GB11GB8GB8GB
Memory Speed14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps
Memory Bandwidth672GB/s616GB/s448GB/s448GB/s
Memory Bus Size384-bit352-bit256-bit256-bit
SLIVia NVLinkVia NVLinkVia NVLinkN/A

 

Nvidia's Titan RTX is now available to purchase

With a price tag of £2,399, it is easy to say that this graphics card is well beyond the price range of most gamers, with two Geforce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition graphics cards costing less at £2,198. That said, the RTX 2080 Ti was already well beyond the reach of most gamers, making the Titan RTX seem more like a joke than a serious product for the gaming market. 

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18-12-2018, 10:21:46

Dicehunter
You'd have to be seriously touched in the head to buy this.Quote

18-12-2018, 10:31:38

Damien c
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
You'd have to be seriously touched in the head to buy this.
You buying 2 then



Jokes aside I do agree with you, if you bought this strictly for gaming then you would need to go see a doctor, because you are just nuts.

The 2080Ti is already stupidly priced, yes nVidia need to try and recover some of the money spent on development but seriously there pricing is just getting almost as bad if not worse than Apple and that is saying something.

My 1080Ti will last me for a few years yet I think, the only 2 games that I intend to buy are Anthem which runs fine on my system and The Division 2 which I need to upgrade my CPU for at some point Quote

18-12-2018, 10:33:32

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Damien c View Post
You buying 2 then



Jokes aside I do agree with you, if you bought this strictly for gaming then you would need to go see a doctor, because you are just nuts.

The 2080Ti is already stupidly priced, yes nVidia need to try and recover some of the money spent on development but seriously there pricing is just getting almost as bad if not worse than Apple and that is saying something.

My 1080Ti will last me for a few years yet I think, the only 2 games that I intend to buy are Anthem which runs fine on my system and The Division 2 which I need to upgrade my CPU for at some point

It's that some completely out of touch individual will pay £1300 extra over a 2080 Ti for 256 extra CUDA cores and some extra memory, I'd lose all respect for someone after that, That's not an enthusiast, That's someone completely out of touch.Quote

18-12-2018, 11:07:15

tgrech
I think 90% of these will end up getting sent to developers for testing(RTX/MI features, optimisation, ect, easier to have a little headroom when using original textures and models and then trim down/compress/optimise from there), I think that's where most of their recent Titan's have been targeted at.Quote

18-12-2018, 11:11:17

kdawgmaster
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Originally Posted by tgrech View Post
I think 90% of these will end up getting sent to developers for testing, I think that's where most of their recent Titan's have been targeted at.
Unless their giving them the card for free likely not. BioWare Edmonton orders from a store I use to work at and they get the 2070 with only a few 2080ti's and some Amd cards. They order these machines by the pallet and some are shipped off to other EA Devs.Quote
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