NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X Benchmarks and Specifications Revealed

Last week, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed their “most advanced GPU” todate – the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X. However, most of its information like its features and specifications where withheld. More of the TITAN X’s information will be revealed on a separated NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference later this month. But some of the Titan X’s benchmark performance as well as some of its specifications were recently leaked out. Videocardz recently posted that the new GeForce GTX TITAN X features 28nm GM200 chip, with 3072 CUDA codes, 192 TMUs and 96 ROPs. It will also have a Core clock speed of 1002MHz and a memory clock speed of 1750MHz, with a 12GB GDDR5 memory running on a 384-bit memory interface and a memory bandwidth of 336GB/s. It will also have a TDP of 250W and will probably have a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $999 USD. Most of this information is currently “to be confirmed” though. For the Titan X’s benchmark performance check them out below.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X Benchmark (Leaked)

The one who leaked the benchmark results of the TITAN X seemed to have gotten not just one, but four GTX TITAN X. The results below shows 3DMark benchmark results of the TITAN X in single, 2-way, 3-way and 4-way SLI configurations. The TITAN X shows an increase in performance of around 17-21% compared to the GTX 980. But it can easily be out performed by two GTX 980 in SLI. However, the 2-way, 3-way and even the 4-way SLI shows a huge performance difference. We can’t confirm if all of this information is true or not, so better put a grain of salt until we see legitimate reviews published.

On the other hand, a forum member at ChipHell also posted benchmark results of the TITAN X. The results seem to be similar from Videocardz. Check them out below.

What do you think guys? Is it convincing enough or fake just to troll us?

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  • David Keller

    The SLI scaling is insane. Above 100% boost when adding a second card, or more. Kills the sad scaling of the 980s. I’m wishing about now I’d waited and got a set Titan X instead of a set of 980s.