Nvidia teases their Titan X Collector's Edition

Red LEDs or RGB?

Nvidia teases their Titan X Collector's Edition

Nvidia teases their Titan X Collector's Edition

A new GPU is coming from Nvidia, with the GPU being revealed not by a leak but with an official teaser video titled "It's Coming...", a teaser that showcases a GPU called the Titan X Collector's Edition". 

This teaser showcases a GPU with green illumination, with the end of the video showcasing two Titan X GPUs with Red and Green lighting respectively, which suggests that Nvidia may be moving away from standard green lighting to a new RGB implementation.  

Sadly this teaser does not showcase much in about this new GPU, aside from what appears to be a modified cooler design and RGB illumination. Right now it is a complete mystery what the specifications of this GPU will be, be it a Titan Xp with a new "collectors Edition Aesthetic and faster GDDR5X memory or an entirely new gaming GPU. 


 (Are these RGB LEDs?)

Nvidia teases their Titan X Collector's Edition  

It is likely that this new GPU will be based on Nvidia's existing Pascal architecture, as Titan Xv name could be used for a Volta-based Titan series GPU. Collectors Edition implies a special edition of an existing GPU architecture, though at this time nothing has been confirmed regarding this GPU's specifications. 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's upcoming Titan X Collector's Edition on the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

03-11-2017, 10:47:34

Dark NighT
I will just say, WTF Nvidia!Quote

03-11-2017, 10:49:54

Well I guess they need to find a way to sell Titans now that the Ti is out. I highly doubt this will be Volta, though.Quote

03-11-2017, 10:57:07

Wow, Nvidia are really good at milking this cow. It's practically a skeletal husk at this point, but why stop now? I wonder how many suckers will buy this.Quote

03-11-2017, 12:40:55

I hope TTL can get a review sample from NVidia, the existing Titan Xp is a really nice card and actually makes some of the highend 1080 Ti cards like the Kingpin and Kudan look like very poor value.Quote

03-11-2017, 13:38:07

Wow..... just WOW.Quote

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