It also features 72 Turing RT Cores and 576 multi-precision Turing Tensor Cores.
That said, the Titan RTX will still use the same GeForce drivers that power the GTX 20 series, 10 series, and so on.
As with all RTX card, the Titan RTX-or T-Rex, as NVIDIA has nicknamed it-is built around the company's Turing GPU. Other specs include 24GB of GDDR6 memory - twice as much as previous Titan models - that translates to a bandwidth of 672GB/s.
After launching the gaming-oriented RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti earlier this year, NVIDIA is now turning its attention to the AI and machine learning market with the Titan RTX. At the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems in Montreal, Canada today, Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia, repeated his claim that "Turing is Nvidia's biggest advance in a decade - fusing shaders, ray tracing, and deep learning to reinvent the GPU". TITAN RTX - dubbed "T-Rex" by NVIDIA - delivers ray-traced and next-gen virtual reality (VR) graphics as well as high-performance computing. The Turing powered TITAN Delivers 130 Teraflops of deep-learning horsepower along with 11 GigaRays of Ray-Tracing Performance to users with the most intensive workloads...and a lot of spare cash.
Nvidia reveals Titan RTX, 'the world's most powerful desktop GPU'
As we expected, the Titan RTX is primarily being aimed at creators, AI researchers and data scientists.
Incredible performance and memory bandwidth for real-time 8K video editing. Data scientists will look forward to the accelerates data analytics with RAPIDS, one of the most popular data science workflows. All of the Titan RTX's professional attributes also commands a professional pricetag: it is to be made available in Europe and the U.S. for US$2,499 later in December.
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