Published by Videocardz.com, the 3DMark 11 results for the Titan X shows the card scoring X7994 points which is quite close to two R9 290X running in Crossfire and even Geforce GTX Titan Z graphics card. To make things even more interesting, Videocardz.com also posted a screenshot of four Titan Z graphics cards running in quad-SLI which was enough for X24064 points.
We are not sure if these benchmark results are legitimate and these should be taken with a grain of salt, or a cup of salt. These 3DMark 11 results also show that the graphics card was running on 1002MHz GPU base clock while 12GB of GDDR5 memory was running at 1753MHz (7012MHz effective). Earlier rumors suggest that the GTX Titan X should be based on Nvidia 28nm GM200 Maxwell GPU and feature 3072 CUDA cores, 192 TMUs, 96 ROPs and 12GB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 384-bit memory interface.
Plenty of sites had a chance to get some one on one time with the new Titan X, and we had some rather close up pictures of the card showing 8+6-pin PCI-Express power connectors, three DisplayPort, one HDMI and one DVI display outputs as well as the cooler which is pretty identical to the one seen on earlier GTX Titan graphics cards.
During its unveil at GDC 2015, Huang promised that we will hear more details regarding Titan X during Nvidia's upcoming GPU Technology Conference 2015 which will start on March 17th.