NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X pictured with GM200-400 GPU

Published: 14th Mar 2015, 11:18 GMT

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While we are not yet ready to post confirmed specifications, we are ready to show you more pictures of the TITAN X.

Here’s the proof we are looking at Big Maxwell…

As you can see GTX TITAN X has GM200-400-A1 GPU. I can’t tell you for sure this is the full chip, but I have every reason to believe it actually is 3072-core processor. The PCB layout is quite similar to what we know from GK110 products. It would be interesting to know if Kepler waterblocks will fit onto GM200 board, wouldn’t that be great?. I know many of you will go liquid with this card.

I do know however, that EVGA is making GTX TITAN X HydroCopper. The rumor is, it will cost just one kidney this time. Awesome.

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Source: NVIDIA




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