TITAN Xp: The World's Fastest Graphics Card
NVIDIA has absolutely dominated enthusiast graphics cards for the last few years, turning their TITAN X line of cards into the enthusiasts cards beyond GeForce GTX series cards. The GTX 1080 Ti is a beast, but NVIDIA has unlocked even more potential from Pascal on TITAN Xp.
NVIDIA already dialed everything up to 11 for the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, but they had some room left to move with Pascal for TITAN Xp. The full 3840 CUDA cores are featured on TITAN Xp, with 12GB of GDDR5X at an incredible 11.4Gbps (up from 11Gbps on GTX 1080 Ti).
The 12GB of GDDR5X is on a wide 384-bit memory bus (up from 352-bit on GTX 1080 Ti) which provides a whopping 547.7GB/sec of memory bandwidth. If we compare this to the "next-gen" HBM2 that AMD deployed on their new Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card, with a 2048-bit memory bus, the 8GB of HBM2 on RX Vega 64 has just 484GB/sec of memory bandwidth.
NVIDIA provides SLI support for up to 4-way TITAN Xp graphics cards, something we plan to do - especially if this article does well enough, we can ask NVIDIA for another two TITAN Xp graphics cards to ensure we can hit 60FPS at 8K... which isn't easy.
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