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Friday, 13 March 2015


Nvidia GeForce Titan X Benchmarks appear online

Sneak peek at performance

When Nvidia unveiled its GeForce Titan X graphics card at the 2015 Game Developers Conference (GDC) last week, company CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed almost nothing about the part, other than to say it has 12GB of onboard memory and 8 billion transistors. There was no mention of other specs, let alone benchmarks, though information across the board has begun to leak on the web, including a first look at how the Titan X performs.

Bearing in mind that none of this is official, the folks at report that Titan X sports 3,072 CUDA cores, 192 TMUs, 96 ROPs, 1,002MHz core clockspeed (boost is unknown), 1,750MHz memory clock, and a 384-bit memory bus resulting in 336GB/s of bandwidth.

The site also reports there are three mini DisplayPorts, a single DisplayPort, and an HDMI port, along with 6-pin and 8-pin (one each) PCI-E power connectors.

As for the benchmarks, they show the Titan X scoring 22,903 in 3DMark 11 using the Performance setting and 26,444 when overclocked. Both are lower scores than AMD's Radeon R9295X2 (28,930), though they blow the Titan (13,814) and Titan Black (14,557) out of the water.

This is really disappointing at first look and is not a very healthy sign for the upcoming flagship card for Nvidia who has already run into rough waters with its GTX 970 memory sham and a law suit that followed. AMD on the other hand is already geared up for it upcoming 3xxx series GPUs. The future of gaming is sure going to be very interesting and we'll keep you updated as and when any news pops up.

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