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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:24am 07/04/17 | 2 Comments
Effectively making it once again the most powerful card on the market. Which you would want it to be as it's currently available from Nvidia for the somewhat hefty price tag of $1200 USD. The weirdly named Titan Xp, because nothing says future-tech quite like XP, is powered by a full-fat Pascal GP102 GPU, with all 3,840 CUDA cores unlocked. Who knew that today would be full of seemingly meaningless numbers.

And my meaningless we mean, totally beastly with the Titan Xp replacing last year's Titan X. Mainly because the GeForce 1080 Ti offered up the same level of performance at a lower price. Not much lower, but lower. On paper the changes don't seem all that big with memory speed on the Titan Xp increased from 10GHz up to 11.4GHz and the max boost clock bumped up from 1,531MHz to 1,582MHz.

But, in the PC hardware game, every little bit counts. Either way it certainly lives up to Nvidia's tagline, "Irresponsible Amounts of Performance." For the one millionaire reading this report, there has been no word yet on when the Titan Xp will become available in Australia.


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Posted 09:08pm 07/4/17
Why are you writing to me?
Posted 04:06pm 08/4/17
Probably won't ever be available in Australia, the previous Pascal Titan x wasn't. Only place to get them was order direct from NVIDIA and import it
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