NVIDIA has more or less silently launched a new high end graphics card around 10 days ago. Here are some pictures of the TITAN Xp versus the TITAN X (launched last year), both gaming cards being based on a Pascal GP102 GPU…
The TITAN Xp is based on a full GP102 GPU with 3840 CUDA cores while the TITAN X has only 3584 CUDA cores. The TITAN Xp has 240 texture units while the TITAN X has 224 texture units. Both cards have the same number of ROPs (96) and the same amount of memory: 12GB of GDDR5X.
On the physical side, there are few differences between the TITAN Xp and the TITAN X. NVIDIA has not changed the name on the VGA shroud: TITAN X for both cards…
The only things that distinguish both cards are the box, the PCB color (brown for the Xp) and the DVI connector (the Xp has no DVI connector):
The TITAN Xp alone:
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Could at least tell is the more information as all the spec and frequency of the speed like MHZ of the memory speed and GPU speed and power consumption and transitions.
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