NVIDIA’s newest fastest GPU GTX Titan X now available to purchase with a staggering price tag of $1200, but most unusual thing NVIDIA didn’t release much data about performance and most reviewers didn’t get any review samples. So NVIDIA accepting buyer will take a purchasing decision without it? But this card is instead focusing their marketing on high levels of compute performance of this GPU, rather than its gaming performance.
Although I do find some performance data from gamestar.de, they have managed to get their own Titan X and collected data on some of the today’s most graphically intensive days.
As expected, with more GPU horsepower the GTX Titan X GPU does outperform the GTX 1080 by a fair margin, but it lots less what everyone expects given it has 1000 CUDA core more than the GTX 1080. 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 regarding the cost to performance and tow GTX 1080 will much better if anyone just what higher performance.
Full Pascal line of GPU Specifications
|Titan X||GTX 1080 FE||GTX 1070 FE||GTX 1060 FE|
|SP FP Performance||11 TFLOPs||9 TFLOPs||6.5 TFLOPs||4.4TFLOPS|
|CUDA Core Count||3584||2560||1920||1280|
|Memory Bus Size||384-bit||256-bit||256-bit||192-bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||480 GB/s||320 GB/s||256 GB/s||192 GB/s|
|Base clock speed||1417MHz||1607MHz||1506Mhz||1506MHz|
|Boost clock speed||1531MHz||1733MHz||1683MHz||1708MHz|
|Power Connection||1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin||1x 8-pin||1×8-pin||6-pin|
|PCI Express||PCIe 3.0||PCIe 3.0||PCIe 3.0||PCIe 3.0|