Today Nvidia unveiled what they claim to be “the world’s most powerful graphics card”, the Titan Xp.
This new card takes over from the original Titan X card, featuring Nvidia’s Pascal architecture, along with a total of 3,840 Nvidia Cuda cores that run at 1.6GHz and pack 12 TFLOPS of performance.
It also features 12GB of GDDR5X memory that runs at over 11 Gbps.
The Xp also comes with new heat dissipation via the vapour chamber cooling tech that Nvidia has included in the die-cast aluminium body.
And to top all of that off, it will also be compatible with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX SLI HB Bridge for connecting more than one card to another for even more performance.
You can find out more about the card at the source link below, where you can also pick it up today for $1,200 in the US, we don’t yet know about other worldwide availability or pricing.
Interestingly, Nvidia also announced that this card will also be supported on the Mac with the release of some new beta drivers for the operating system later this month, unfortunately, they didn’t reveal an exact date for that release.