Graphics card maker Nvidia has released their workstation graphics card Titan RTX yesterday. It has been designed for scientific research, Ai Research, Deep Developer Learning, Data Research and Development, Content Creation etc. However, it will be available in a fairly good gaming performance, said Nvidia.
Titan RTX is called T-Rex, as it is now the world’s most powerful Jpeg. There are a total of 4608 CUDA cores. Its base clock speed is 1,350 MHz, which will boost up to 1,770 MHz. With 576 Tensor Core and 72 RT Core, Titan RTX can provide approximately 130 teraphlopas deep learning performance and 11 GigaRays re-tracing performance. The GDDR6 memory of 24GB will be more than twice the number of Titan V released last year and will deliver 672 GB / s bandwidths.
Jeep will need about 280 watts of electricity, which will enter two 8-pin PCIe power connectors. For display output there are three HDMI and USB Type-C for NVIDIA VirtualLink.
TITAN RTX is an NVIDIA graphics card that was launched in December 2016. Based on the 12 NM process and its TU102 graphics processor, the card supports a DirectX 12.0 in its variant of U10-4-4A. A big chip with TU102 graphics processor 754 mm² and a die area of 18,600 million transistors. It has 4608 saddling units, 288 texture mapping units and 96 RPs. There are also 576 sensor cores that help improve the speed of machine learning applications. NVIDIA has kept GDRR 6 memory of 24,576 MB card, which is connected using the 384-bit memory interface. GPU operating at 1350 MHz frequency, which can be increased to 1770 MHz, memory will be 1750 MHz.
A dual-slot card, NVIDIA can draw power from Titan RTX 2x 8-pin power connectors, with a maximum power of 280 watts. Display Outputs include: 1x HDMI, 3x Display, 1x USB Type-C TITN RTX connects to the rest of the system using a PCI Express 3.0 x16 interface. Card length 267 mm, and features a dual-slot cooling solution. Its price at the launch was 2499 USD.
Titan RTX (also known as T-Rex) is the successor to Titan V and is twice the size of the previous general’s RAM and bandwidth, as well as TTX 2080 TIO in September.
It is powered by NVIDIA’s Turing Architecture, which allows real time ray tracing, artificial intelligence and programmable film co-ordination.
Jean-Hunang, founder and chief executive of NVIDIA, said, “Turing is one of the biggest advances of NVDI in a decade – deep learning for graphic design, ray tracing and GPU rehearsal.” T-Rex’s presentation puts Turing in the reach of millions of people. The most demanded PC users – developers, scientists and content creators ”
What are the specs here:
- 576 Multi-precision Turing Tensor Causes, providing 130 Teraflops for deep learning performance.
- 72 Turing Rati Cors, 11 Giga rays per 11 real-time re-tracing performance.
24GB GDR 6 RAM with 6 GB / s bandwidth
- 100GB / s NVIDIA NVLink, which can scale memory and count to two TTANT rattax GPUs (if you have more than one cash)
- 8K video editing capability
- VirtualLink port for the next General VR functionality
- We still do not have hard release dates on RTL, but it’s live on the Australian website in Nvidia (where you can also be notified about it) and it’s finally ready for release in the United States and Europe. Year I hope we will not be far away.
Do we know that Titan RTX will set you $ 3,999 cold. And it can be cheaper by about one-third cheaper than older companion Qadro RTX 6000 (more than $ 11,000) – it’s nothing.
If you think it’s valuable. Available at the end of December in the markets of USA and Europe.