Product Review

Product overview: NVIDIA Titan Xp

May 8, 2017 • 9 min read

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The latest in gaming breakthrough.

NVIDIA recently introduced the new Pascal Titan Xp, an upgraded alternate to last year's Titan X (Pascal) model. This new release tops the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, featuring a Pascal GP102 GPU, in specs. Overall, the Titan Xp produces a 5-10% improvement in GPU performance over the GTX 1080 Ti. As can be seen below, its hardware reigns supreme. Key stats:

  • 12GB of GDDR5X memory running at 11.4 Gbps
  • 3,840 CUDA cores running at 1.6GHz
  • 12 TFLOPs of brute force
NVIDIA GPU Specification Comparison
NVIDIA Titan XpGTX 1080 TiNVIDIA Titan X (Pascal)GTX Titan X (Maxwell)
CUDA Cores3840358435843072
Texture Units240224224192
ROPs96889696
Core Clock1481MHz1481MHz1417MHz1000MHz
Boost Clock1582MHz1582MHz1531MHz1075MHz
TFLOPs (FMA)12.1 TFLOPs11.3 TFLOPs11 TFLOPs6.1 TFLOPs
Memory Clock11.4Gbps GDDR5X11Gbps GDDR5X10Gbps GDDR5X7Gbps GDDR5
Memory Bus Width384-bit352-bit384-bit384-bit
VRAM12GB11GB12GB12GB
FP641/321/321/321/32
FP16 (Native)1/641/641/64N/A
INT84:14:14:1N/A
TDP250W250W250W250W
GPUGP102GP102GP102GM200
Transistor Count12B12B12B8B
Die Size471mm2471mm2471mm2601mm2
Manufacturing ProcessTSMC 16nmTSMC 16nmTSMC 16nmTSMC 28nm
Launch Date04/06/201703/10/201708/02/201603/17/2015
Launch Price$1200$699$1200$999

Source: Anandtech NVIDIA is also introducing the new Pascal video drivers to mac users, which will be helpful in opening up access to Mac OSX users. The Titan Xp retails at $1200 directly from NVIDIA and SabrePC also now offers workstations utilizing Titan Xp cards. For more custom solutions, feel free to contact us!


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