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Nvidia Titan X announced at GDC

Nvidia has announced the Titan X graphics card at the Game Developers Conference today. Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang made a surprise appearance at one of the presentations, showing off the company’s most advanced single graphics card yet, with 12GB of VRAM and eight billion transistors on board.

The company just posted the following image to its GeForce Twitter account…

Titan X

The Titan X ditches the old silver cooler for a new black one. According to Nvidia, this is “the most advanced GPU ever”.

So far, not much else is known about the Maxwell based Titan, a price and release date have yet to be announced and we don’t have any further clues to performance. However, further details are due to come at a GTC event put on by Nvidia. The card will apparently be releasing fairly soon as well.

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KitGuru Says: The Titan X showing up at GDC was quite the surprise, Nvidia does appear to be teasing us though as not much else was revealed. Any guesses on price and performance?

Via: PC Perspective

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