NVIDIA has recently launched their RTX series of GPUs which has shifted their product line name away from the former name of GTX. And in this line, NVIDIA has just launched their most powerful PC Graphics card called the Titan RTX.
NVIDIA claims that this is the fastest PC Graphics card ever built using their Turing architecture which brings 130 Tensor TFLOPs of performance with 576 tensor cores and 24 GB of GDDR6 memory.
While this is indeed a big announcement, the Titan RTX comes with a huge price tag of $2,499. Yes, that is the cost of this flagship GPU by Nvidia. But there’s more to know about the Titan RTX.
NVIDIA Titan RTX
Graphics Processing Clusters: 6
Texture Processing Clusters: 36
Streaming Multiprocessors: 72
CUDA Cores: 4608
Tensor Cores: 576
RT Cores 72
Base Clock: 1350MHz
Boost Clock: 1770 MHz
Memory Clock: 7000 MHz
Memory Data Rate: 14Gbps
L2 Cache Size: 6144 K
Total Video Memory: 24 GDDR6
Memory Interface: 384-bit
Total Memory Bandwidth: 672 GB/s
Texture Rate: 510 GigaTexels/sec
Fabrication Process: 12nm FFN
Transistor Count: 18.6 Billion
Connectors: 3x DisplayPort, 1x HDMI, 1x USB Type-C
Thermal Threshold: 89 C
The NVIDIA Titan RTX also includes a VirtuaLink which offers 4 high-speed HBR3 DisplayPort lanes, a USB 3.1 data channel and up to 27 watts of power for VR performance.
The NVIDIA Titan RTX was built for those wanting top-of-the-line performance and has the price tag to go along with that. The GPU is not yet available and will be releasing in the coming months.