Nvidia’s Titan X 12GB Supports 4-Way SLI
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
Nvidia showcased their newest flagship graphics card yesterday, the GeForce GTX Titan X with 12GB of VRAM. Today we can show you some more details and a little more information about brand new card.
We still don’t know the full specifications, but LegitReviews got hands on with the real card and from that we can glance a lot. It doesn’t have a backplate which means that we see a lot of VRAM and a single GPU.
The new graphics card should be running the full GM200 GPU and has slightly over 8 billion transistors. The use of just an 8-pin and a 6-pin power connector for this single chip beast really shows how power efficient the new Nvidia architecture is.
You can create both triple and quad SLI setups as the card comes with dual SLI connectors. Holy mother of total VRAM possibilities, this could mean 48GB of memory. Now couple that with what we’ve already heard about Microsoft’s new DirectX 12 API and the jaws start to drop!
The new Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X features the basic set of display connectors we see on almost all cards: three DisplayPort, one HDMI and one DVI.
Thanks to LegitReviews for providing us with this information.