The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase

The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase

Nvidia announce Pascal Powered GTX Titan X

The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase


When Nvidia launches a new GPU most of our readers will expect to find a review here on day 1, sadly today this is not the case. 

Nvidia's newest $1200 monster is now available to purchase, but most prospective buyers do not have much data to base their purchasing decision on, but alas there is very little that we can do about that for now. Nvidia for whatever reason has decided not to sample this GPU widely, instead focusing their marketing on high levels of compute performance of this GPU, rather than its gaming performance. 


The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase  

We may not have any of our own performance numbers, but today we do have some data courtesy of, who have managed to get their own Titan X and collected data on some of todays most graphically intensive days. 

What we can see from these results is that the GTX Titan X GPU does outperform the GTX 1080 by a fair margin, but a lot less than a lot of users expect given its CUDA core lead of over 1000 when compared to the GTX 1080. 


The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase  The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase  The GTX Titan X is now available to purchase  

The GTX Titan X contains over 50% more VRAM with 50% more memory bandwidth, making this GPU perfect for high powered 4K gaming, though the extremely high cost of this GPU will put a lot of buyer off purchasing it. 

With a price that is almost 2x higher than the GTX 1080 Founders Edition, the GTX Titan X Pascal does not offer great value for money in terms of cost to performance. 


 GTX Titan XGTX 1080 FEGTX 1070 FEGTX 1060 FE
GPU ArchitecturePascalPascalPascalPascal
Process node16nm16nm16nm16nm
SP FP Performance11 TFLOPs9 TFLOPs6.5 TFLOPs4.4TFLOPS
CUDA Core Count358425601920 1280
VRAM Cappacity12GB8GB 8GB 6GB
Memory Bus Size384-bit256-bit 256-bit 192-bit
Memory Bandwidth480 GB/s320 GB/s 256 GB/s 192 GB/s
Base clock speed1417MHz1607MHz 1506Mhz 1506MHz
Boost clock speed1531MHz1733MHz 1683MHz 1708MHz
TDP250W180W 150W 120W
Power Connection1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin1x 8-pin 1x8-pin 6-pin
PCI Express PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0



Like all other GTX Titan GPUs before it the new Titan X offers industry leading performance, but at a cost that the vast majority of gamers simply can't afford. 

The new Titan X is the most powerful single GPU today, offering enthusiast-grade performance at a price that simply unaffordable for all but the most wealthy of PC gamers. 


You can join the discussion on the new Nvidia Titan X on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

02-08-2016, 14:21:07

Depressing...even with all of those resources it still can't break the 60fps barrier at 4K (without the OC) . What I would be very interested in is the thermals when running those games at those settings.Quote

02-08-2016, 14:21:59

Holy crap, it still doesn't even hit 60 fps @4k!Quote

02-08-2016, 14:41:19

The performance increase over an AIB 1080 is abysmal.Quote

02-08-2016, 14:57:04

Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
The performance increase over an AIB 1080 is abysmal.
It would be interesting to see how the Titan X overclocks. The clocks are pretty low on it.Quote

02-08-2016, 15:24:49

I saw the release of this on nVidia's website. So I went to look for reviews, and there are none. This release is weird. Are they doing what AMD did with the ProDuo and leaving the gaming sector solely to the 1060, 1070 and 1080? I'd be impressed if that's their intentions. Isolating the Titan XP as consumer grade compute card makes sense, because that's what it's best for.Quote

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