Nvidia’s new Pascal-based Titan X leaves the 10 Series in the dust

Nvidia has announced a new version of its Titan X graphics card, based on a previously unseen Pascal GP102 GPU. The company’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, made an appearance at an artificial intelligence event in Stanford, CA to show off the hardware. The new Titan X will boast a whopping 12GB of GDDR5X memory, which distinguishes the card from the GP100 which used high bandwidth memory, according to a report from PC Per. The confirms that Nvidia is using a new chip with a new memory interface. The card is set to deliver a memory speed of 10Gbps and a boost clock speed of 1531Mhz. It’s an incredibly powerful piece of kit, and that seems to have been the design brief from the very beginning — its product page on the…


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