NVIDIA’s flagship Titan graphics card, the Titan RTX, went on sale yesterday and that allowed many PC enthusiasts and content creators to get their hands on the beefiest prosumer aimed Turing 12 nm graphics card. Since its announcement, there has been no official performance data available but with consumers getting their hands on their new, ultra-expensive purchase, we get to see the first performance results in the 3DMark benchmark.
NVIDIA Titan RTX Benchmarked in 3DMark Firestrike, Scores Well Over 40,000 Graphics Points WIth Watercooling and Overclock on Both GPU and Memory
NVIDIA Titan RTX graphics card is the flagship solution for prosumers who want workstation grade performance and also want to enjoy AAA gaming titles. BestComputersforGamingreported Titan series has become the go-to option for users who want the best of both worlds but you have to pay a large premium to get your hands on the best that NVIDIA has to offer. So before getting into numbers, let’s talk about the specs of the new Titan.
NVIDIA Titan RTX Specifications / Pricing / Compute Performance Recap
The TITAN RTX uses the full TU102 GPU configuration with 6 GPCs, 36 TPCs, 72 SMs and 4608 CUDA Cores arranged within those SMs. There’s also 576 Tensor Cores and 72 RT cores that handle the bulk of AI/DNN and Raytracing workloads. The clock speeds will be maintained at 1350 MHz for the base and 1770 MHz for the boost frequency. The card features 24 GB of GDDR6 VRAM along a 384-bit bus interface that is clocked at 7.00 Gbps (14.00 Gbps effective) clock.
The card pumps out 672 GB/s of bandwidth and additionally comes with 6 MB of L2 cache. Power is provided through dual 8-pin connectors with a rated board TDP of 280W. The card also packs in the latest display connectivity with 3 DP, 1 HDMI, and a single USB Type-C port.