It appears that NVIDIA is not yet to be released. Titan graphics cards based on the Turing GPU architecture are…
It appears that NVIDIA is not yet to be released. Titan graphics cards based on the Turing GPU architecture are alleged to be formed. The map depicted in a computer, built by Gavin Free one of the creators of The Slow Mo Guys on YouTube.
Now the text is next to the image that the computer, especially the GPU (graphics card) card has been upgraded. We can tell from the picture which graphics card the computer has been upgraded because it clearly reads TITAN. Now you’re a high quality YouTube creator, it’s easy to tell why Gavin has this card because NVIDIA has previously sent outreleased Quadro graphics cards to content creators. Take for example the Quadro M6000, which was depicted and published by Deadmau5 at his Instagram a few years before the launch.
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. It is also worth noting that the former Titan graphics card, Titan V, was mapped and leaked in a computer by a trainee at NVIDIA. Titan V was launched in December, which was months after the leak that occurred in May 2017. Now we have another Titan graphics card that allegedly has been formed.
There are some remarkable things about this card. First, it’s using a similar cooler like GeForce RTX 20 Series graphics card. The casing looks smoother, but it can only be the angle we see on the card, because the picture is not very clear. The card also uses two eight pin power jacks and we can see the TITAN logo on the side has blue LEDs instead of the greens available on the GeForce RTX 20 Series card. The card also lacks the GeForce branding, which is something we should expect from the TITAN series now.
For specifications, NVIDIA has its Quadro RTX 8000 Series card with m ore kernels and memory compared to their flagship RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. The card cuts the entire Turing TU102 GPU with 4608 CUDA cores, 576 Tensor Cores, up to 48GB of GDDR6 memory and up to 10 Gigaray’s worthy Raytracing performance.
|NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||] NVIDIA RTX Titan|
|GPU Family  Kepler||Kepler||Maxwell||Pascal||Pascal||Volta||Turing|
|GPU Core||GK110||GK110||GK110||GM200||GP102||GP102||] GP102||GV100||TU102|
|Process||28nm||28nm||28nm||16nm||16nm  12nm||12nm|
|GPU Cores||] 2688||2880||3072||3584||3840||5120||4608|
|Basklocka||836 MHz||889 MHz||1000 MHz||1417 MHz||1405 MHz||1200 MHz||TBD|
|Boost Clock||876 MHz||980 MHz||108 9 MHz||1531 MHz||1582 MHz||1455 MHz||TBD|
|FP32 Compute||4.7 TFLOPs||5.6 TFLOPs||6.7 TFLOPs||11.0 TFLOPs||12GB GDDR5||12GB GDDR5||12GB GDDR5||12GB GDDR5X||12GB GDDR5X||12GB GDDR5X||12GB GDDR5X||12GB GDDR5X||12GB GDDR5X ] 12 GB HBM2||TBD|
|Memory Bus||384-bit||384-bit||384-bit||384-bit||384-bit||3072-bit||] 384-bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||288.4 GB / s  336.0 GB / s||336.6 GB / s||480.4 GB / s||547.6 GB||250W||250W||250W||250W||TBD “srcset =” https: // cdn .wccftech.com / wp-content / uploads / 2018/11 / justice-online-geforce-rtx-ray-tracing-dlss-on-001-172×120.jpg 2x “/> Price||TBD||250W||250W||250W||$ 999 US||$ 999 US||$ 999 US||$ 1200 US||$ 1200 US||$ 3000 US||TBD|
] That card costs $ 10,000 US so a Titan would definitely cost less considering we’ll see something lower VRAM to save costs. But considering the prices of RTX cards for consumer graphics, a professional targeting Titan with Turing GPU would cost about $ 3,000, the same price as Titan V.