NVIDIA Star Wars TITAN Xp Collector Edition Review

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The Nvidia Titan Xp Star Wars collectors edition takes advantage of Pascal 16nm FinFet architecture, and with 12 billion transistors, a full 3840 shader/stream cores, and 12 GB of GDDR5X, it’s a rather impressive product all by itself if it even was the reference product. 


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The GPU empowering the product is called the GP102 GPU, which is Pascal architecture based. It has a nice 3840 CUDA cores with a dynamically boostable frequency of 1582 MHz. The memory (12 GB GDDR5X) runs at an effective 11.4 Gbps.


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The card retains its 250 Watt TDP, 75 Watts is delivered through the PCIe slot, then 150+75 Watts through the single 6- and 8-pin PEG (PCI Express graphics) power connector. That's plenty spare for a nice tweak! The Nvidia Titan Xp display engine is capable of supporting the latest high-resolution displays, including 4K and 5K screens. And with HDMI 2.0 support, the Nvidia Titan Xp can be used by gamers who want to game on the newest state-of-the-art big screen TVs. 

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