Thanks to the incredible power of NVIDIA's Maxwell architecture, the power consumption on the GeForce GTX Titan X is just amazing. All of that horsepower inside of the GM200 core only consumes 295W of power (for the full system) playing Battlefield 4 at 1440p.
Unfortunately, we didn't have time to do our sound testing on the GTX Titan X, but this is something we'll cover in a future article. From our 24 hours of testing with the Titan X, we didn't hear the fan spin up once - even during our heavy benchmarking sessions.
NVIDIA doesn't have any overclocking software with its GeForce GTX Titan X, but we do have the incredibly useful and feature-packed GeForce Experience software. This is something we covered in a detailed piece last year, if you want to check it out.
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