NVIDIA Announces TITAN RTX Graphics Card; Retails For US$2499

NVIDIA officially unveils its flagship Titan RTX GPU

Nvidia Titan RTX: 130 TFLOPS of deep learning performance

Nvidia effectively doubles down on the RTX 2080 Ti pricing of $2,499. While the RTX 2080 (or any of the graphics cards in the GeForce RTX line) will probably be good enough for a lot of gamers, the TITAN RTX is meant more for AI research and folks working on deep learning projects.

Will Nvidia enable NVLink's full coherency on Titan RTX and properly allow more than one Titian/RTX GPU to share the same VRAM memory address space and any L2 cache coherency traffic between multi-GPU Titan RTX configurations. Huang added, more specifically, that "The introduction of T-Rex puts Turing within reach of millions of the most demanding PC users - developers, scientists and content creators".

Capable of mind boggling 130 teraflops using 576 Turing Tensor cores, and 72 Turing RT cores producing 11 GigaRays per second of realtime ray-tracing performance the new card should be capable of some pretty mind bending real world performance. In fact, NVIDIA claims that the TITAN RTX will provide enough power and memory bandwidth for real-time 8K video editing.

NVIDIA officially unveils its flagship Titan RTX GPU

The card also includes 24GB of GDDR6 memory - non-ECC, naturally - running at an effective 7,000MHz on a 384-bit bus for 672GB/s of bandwidth.

The TITAN RTX also integrates with Nvidia's RAPIDS open-source libraries to speed up machine learning workflows. However, RTX Titan cards will be immediately recognisable thanks to their black and gold colour scheme (in properly lit photos) - gold was used in the previous Titan V design. All of the Titan RTX's professional attributes also commands a professional pricetag: it is to be made available in Europe and the USA for US$2,499 later in December.

As with all RTX card, the Titan RTX-or T-Rex, as NVIDIA has nicknamed it-is built around the company's Turing GPU.

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