Nvidia’s monstrous new Titan X graphics card stomps onto the scene, powered by Pascal

Meet the new Pascal-based Titan X, which is nothing like the old Titan X. Today, a new Titan enters the next-gen graphics war. But while Nvidia’s new Titan X Pascal is no doubt the most potent gaming hardware ever released—the Titan X page on GeForce.com is plastered with lofty gaming performance claims—you won’t find too many reviews of the graphics card hitting the streets today. Instead, Nvidia’s focusing more on the graphics card’s use for professional deep-learning AI applications. The Titan series has always been designed to bridge the gap between the consumer-centric GeForce lineup and pricier Quadro professional cards. The new Titan X Pascal, which gets its name from Nvidia’s cutting-edge 14nm Pascal graphics architecture, delivers 11 teraflops for single-precision floating-point performance. But Nvidia’s decision to surprise launch this…


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