Well kinda, over at the GDC there was a quickie graphics card announcement. The GeForce TITAN-X will be based on Maxwell but with a massive transistor count. It would have a 12GB frame buffer, 3072 Shader processors and 8 billion transistors.
CEO Jen-Hsun Huang presented the card at GDC earlier today. The card looks pretty identical to previous models with subtle changes here and there and that nickel alloy cooler shroud. There now also is a nice green led in the fan housing and the logo is displayed in white. If we derive the specs from the Quadro counterpart than expect something like this but with higher core and boost clocks frequencies and the memory likely at 1753 MHz (x4 = 7.0 Gbps).
|Specifications||M6000 / Titan-X||Quadro K6000||GeForce GTX 980|
|SMMs / SMXs||24||15||16|
|Core Clock||~988 MHz / (TBA)||902 MHz||1127 MHz|
|Memory Clock||1653 MHz / 1753 MHz||1502 MHz||1753 MHz|
|Memory Size||12 GB||12 GB||4 GB|
|Memory Bandwidth||317.4 GB/s||288 GB/s||244 GB/s|
|FP Performance||6.07 / 7.0 TFLOPS||5.20 TFLOPS||4.61 TFLOPS|
“It’s the most advanced GPU the world has ever seen,” Jen-Hsun said, as he presented Tim with the company’s very first production unit. - Anyway, details lack completely as Nvidia hasn't shared anything just yet, but check it out as we do have some photos.
We added some photo's courtesy to Legit reviews. GeForce GTX Titan X has a 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe power connector. TITAN X will support 3-way and 4-way SLI. When it comes to video connections you have three DisplayPorts, one HDMI and a DVI connector.
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