Kepler-class Titan for FP32
A lot of people were disappointed by the fact that Nvidia’s Titan X didn’t come with a better Dual Precision performance unit.
We saw it up and running
We had a chance to see a Drive PX follow up from Nvidia executives that touched on a few subjects, including Deep Learning and Drive PX test systems.
Priced as high as €1,249
Announced officially at GPU Technology Conference 2015 with a US $999 price tag it appears that Europe has once again going to suffer when it comes to price as the GTX Titan X will go as high as €1,249 depending on the country and taxes.
Four different versions of the EK-FC Titan X
EK Water Blocks, a premium liquid cooling manufacturer from Slovenia, has announced its newest GTX Titan X water block, the EK-FC Titan X.
With support for Titan X and Battlefield: Hardline game
Nvidia has released its newest Game Ready Geforce 347.88 WHQL driver which adds support for the new GTX Titan X graphics card, brings optimizations for the new Battlefield: Hardline game and adds new SLI profiles.
Interposer it is
Just as it was easy to figure out from Pascal renders, Nvidia’s new GPU architecture is using the 2.5D memory approach, the same one that is expected from AMD’s upcoming Fiji card.
$10,000 to selected developers in May
Nvidia has announced the Nvidia Drive PX, its self-driving computer for the automotive industry, is available as a developer kit.
GTC 2015: Volta back in roadmap, due in 2018
Pascal is Nvidia’s next generation architecture and it is coming after Maxwell of course. The company says it will launch next year, but details are still sketchy.
GTC 2015: GM200 GPU, 3072 CUDA cores and US $999 price tag
After a few teases at the Game Developers Conference earlier this year, Nvidia has now formally unveiled its new Geforce GTX Titan X graphics card based on the 28nm GM200 Maxwell GPU.
Full GM200 specifications and pictures
First teased during GDC 2015 last week, we now have full specifications of the upcoming Nvidia Titan X graphics cards, as well as a bunch of pictures showing the graphics card in all its glory.