Although Nvidia's GDC 2015 Made to Game event held yesterday was all about the new Shield console, it appears that Nvidia had an ace up its sleeve as Nvidia's CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang has just unveiled the upcoming GTX Titan X graphics card. While he did not reveal many details regarding the actual specifications, other than that the card has 8 billion transistors and a 12GB frame buffer, we already know that it should be based on Nvidia's 28nm GM200 Maxwell GPU.
Nvidia's CEO also signed the box and gave that same showcased GTX Titan X to Epic Games' founder Tim Sweeney and called the Titan X the "most advanced GPU the world's ever seen." Huang also added that this GDC is all about virtual reality (VR) and that such technology needs "an amazing GPU."
According to various reports, Jen-Hsun promised that more information regarding the GTX Titan X will be unveiled during Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2015 scheduled to start on March 17th in Silicon Valley. PCPerspective.com also managed to grab quite a few neat pictures which you check out below.