It looks like Nvidia isn’t done with GPU launches for the year. The GTX 1070Ti launched just a few days ago but Nvidia is already teasing its next GPU release, with a new video showing off the TITAN X Collectors Edition.
This would be Nvidia’s third Titan X release this cycle. The original Titan X Pascal was replaced earlier this year with the Titan Xp, featuring faster memory, more CUDA cores and higher clock speeds compared to the original. The Titan X collectors edition will likely feature the same specs as the Titan Xp, with an updated cooling shroud. You can get a quick look at the new cooler in the teaser video below:
In the video, there is a specific frame that clearly shows ‘Titan X Collectors Edition’, which we have taken a screenshot of:
Going through the teaser frame by frame, we get a rough idea of what this new cooling shroud will feature. Early on in the video, we see what looks like a valve on the card, indicating that perhaps this will may come with a hybrid air/water block installed. Aside from that, the shroud features a new design compared to what we have seen on Founders Edition cards in the GTX 10 series so far. There also appears to be an LED strip in the heatsink section.
We don’t know when the Titan X Collectors Edition will be officially unveiled and released. However, as with all TITAN cards, expect it to be expensive.
KitGuru Says: Nvidia is getting as much as it can out of the Pascal architecture before Volta ushers in. Any guesses on how much the TITAN X Collectors Edition will cost?