NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU performance review and detailed specs

The Titan RTX, from NVIDIA, is a high-priced graphics card boasting exceptional performance and is often referred to as having nuclear-level capabilities. Users are intrigued, and we provide a detailed overview of its specifications.

NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU performance review and detailed specs

NVIDIA Titan RTX Graphics Card Review

NVIDIA affectionately nicknames the Titan RTX “T-Rex,” signifying it as Earth’s most powerful desktop graphics card.

The Titan RTX features a TU102 core (12nm process), with 4608 CUDA cores, 576 Tensor cores, 72 RT ray-tracing cores, 288 texture units, 96 ROP units, and 24GB of GDDR6 memory (384-bit).

Operating at a core frequency of 1350MHz (boosted to 1770MHz), it achieves 16.3 TFLOPS in single-precision floating-point performance, a 15% improvement over the RTX 2080 Ti. Rendering 11 billion rays per second represents a 10% increase over the RTX 2080 Ti.

Maintaining the dual-fan “gas stove” design with a gold-plated casing, the standard version provides 3 DP, 1 HDMI, and a USB Type-C interface supporting the VirtualLink specification.

With a thermal design power of 280W and dual 8-pin external power connectors, it is priced at $2499, doubling the cost of the RTX 2080 Ti.

NVIDIA emphasizes T-Rex’s suitability for AI research, deep learning development (with unlocked Tensor performance), data engineers, content creators (supporting real-time editing in 8K), and enthusiasts aiming to run 4K 144Hz games.

NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU performance review and detailed specs

NVIDIA Titan RTX Performance Benchmark

Korean enthusiast jbn1010 (Twitter handle) conducted a performance benchmark on the TITAN RTX. After water cooling modifications and overclocking, the card achieved a Fire Strike score of 31862 at 2070MHz, breaking the 40,000-point mark with a final score of 41109.

NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU performance review and detailed specs

Introduction to NVIDIA Titan RTX

Fan: The dual-axis 13-blade fan generates three times the airflow of regular fans and operates quietly, free from noise disturbances.

TITAN RTX NVLINK™ Bridge: Utilizing NVIDIA NVLink™ technology doubles the effective GPU memory capacity to 48GB and expands the total data transfer bandwidth to a maximum of 100GB/s.

NVIDIA TURING GPU: The TITAN RTX utilizes 72 RT cores to accelerate realistic ray tracing, 576 Tensor cores to speed up AI workflows, and 4608 NVIDIA CUDA® cores to accelerate parallel computing, assisting developers, researchers, creators, and gaming enthusiasts.

GDDR6 Memory: 24GB of high-speed GDDR6 memory offers up to 672GB/s of memory bandwidth, enabling higher throughput and processing of larger datasets.

Power Supply: It adopts a new 13-phase iMON DrMOS power supply, providing increased clearance and sub-millisecond power management, supporting maximum overclocking.

Unified Heat Spreader: This all-card heat spreader doubles in size, ensuring efficient heat dissipation and transferring heat to the heatsink.

Casing: Forged machined cast aluminum casing with diamond-cut edges creates a lightweight and sturdy framework. Featuring an open design with smooth, coherent lines.

VIRTUALLINK: The VirtualLink™* interface simplifies connections by meeting the power, display, and bandwidth requirements of next-gen HMD devices, supporting a more immersive experience.

DISPLAYPORT 1.4 8K @60 Hz: Capable of driving ultra-high resolutions of up to 8K at a 60 Hz refresh rate on a single link.

NVIDIA Titan RTX GPU performance review and detailed specs

NVIDIA Titan RTX detailed specifications

Graphics Card Core:

Chip ManufacturerNVIDIA
Graphics ChipTITAN RTX
Core Frequency1770MHz
CUDA Cores4608

Memory Specifications:

Memory Capacity24GB
Memory Bus Width384-bit
Max Resolution7680×4320

Graphics Card Interface:

Interface TypePCI Express 3.0 16X
I/O Ports1×USB Type-C, 1×HDMI, 3×DisplayPort
Power Connectors8pin+8pin

Other Specifications:

Graphics Card TypeEnthusiast/High-end
3D API SupportDirectX 12.1, OpenGL 4.5
HDCP SupportYes

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