During NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference press conference this morning, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed the full specs for its new flagship GPU – the Titan X, along with pricing details.
The Titan X features a GM200 GPU with 8 billion transistors, and 3072 CUDA cores using the Maxwell architecture.
Base clock speed is 1000MHz, while boost clock speed is 1075MHz. The Titan X also features a whopping 12GB of GDDR5 (384-bit) memory and memory bandwith is rated at 336.5 GB/s and memory speed of 7GB/s.
The graphics card is also rated at 250W TDP and uses a 1×8 pin and 1×6 pin power connectors from the PSU.
As for pricing, NVIDIA will offer the Titan X for $999 and will be available later today online.