Nvidia Officially Announces Titan RTX Graphics Card
Mike Sanders / 1 year ago
Nvidia Titan RTX Graphics Card
Earlier today Nvidia officially lifted an embargo of images appearing online of their upcoming Titan graphics card. Forming the ‘peak’ of the Turing architecture (well, at least as it currently stands) there has been a lot of excitement surrounding just how good the Titan could be. Well, in a report via PCGamesn, Nvidia has formally announced the Titan RTX as well as providing the specifications for the graphics card.
A Quick Look!
In terms of specification, the absolute stand-out specification of that the GPU will include 24GB of GDDR6 memory. That is an obscenely huge amount. Particularly given that the RTX 2080Ti only has 11GB. Remember though this while these cards have been used for gaming, they are primarily designed to be workhorses.
Nvidia has, therefore, confirmed that the Titan RTX should be capable of real-time 8k video rendering!
What About The Price?
Selling for $2,499 in the US and £2,399 in the UK (with a similar price expected in Euros), this graphics card is clearly rather expensive. More than twice the price of an RTX 2080Ti incidentally. In terms of brute computational performance though, this certainly looks to be exceptionally powerful.
When Is It Out?
At the time of writing, Nvidia hasn’t given an exact release date. They have, however, suggested that the RTX Titan will release before the end of this month. As above, a lot sooner than we may have expected!
What do you think? Impressed with the graphics card? Planning on getting one yourself? – Let us know in the comments!