Nvidia GTX Titan X 4K Gsync Review
nVidia seem to be following the Intel model when it comes to their graphics processors. The Kepler GPU first appeared on the Titan, and then became the GTX780 and finally the excellent GTX780Ti. The GTX780Ti was matched in performance by the Maxwell architecture that formed the backbone of the GTX980, but the Maxwell GPU was miles better when it came to power efficiency and low temperatures.
Just as we're all getting used to the performance abilities of the GTX980, along comes the latest Maxwell GPU upgrade in the form of the nVidia GTX Titan X.
A card that sports a 50% increase in CUDA Cores and twice the memory, the Titan X should be particularly good in the demanding 4K scenarios, whilst also providing a glimpse at what we can expect from either a GTX980Ti, or whatever the next numbered card will be.
Talk about a bump in performance capability. Compared to the 2048 CUDA Cores on the GTX980, by no means a slouch itself, the massive 3072 CUDA Cores coupled to the 12GB of GDDR5 should ensure some phenomenal performance from the latest range-topping nVidia behemoth.
Whilst we all wait patiently to see what DirectX 12 brings to the party, if you buy a Titan X you can be sure that it's already DirectX 12 compatible. A card for both today and the future.