Nvidia Titan X Review: How fast is it?
Nvidia has been one of the top graphic card designers and has stood tall amongst the rest for a long time. The Titan X is ready to power your gaming experience in any level. NVIDIA has been releasing quite a few over the years, and this is something every user wants.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X is the same with the Maxwell GPU tech. It has the same design as a whole, but it has its drawbacks as it is putting more memory when delivering better frame rates.
The Integral part of Titan X is the GM200 GPU. It has the most powerful processing technology than the GM204 in GTX 908. One Maxwell Computer Unified Architecture Device (CUDA) is more capable than Kepler, so GTX Titan X is geared to be the best among the others, and it has the biggest GPU.
This Nvidia has cut out on few SMX units; the clock speeds have a greater edge over the Kepler predecessor. So GTX Titan X has not got that closer clock speeds, and it doesn’t have an advantage in raw specifications. The Titan X has more to do with the memory compression for Maxwell. However the most important thing a buyer should look is the power consumption; it is right on target. Though the consumption rate is higher, it matches the level of performance than what other GPUs do. The 250W of Nvidia knows how important is the dissipation of heat and it ensure that Titan X is the replacement for the old FTX Titan 780. When all this happen on the most competitive platform, AMD's high-end revision became last in 2013 and the Radeon. No other single GPU has given Nvidia a run for its money, which leaves Nvidia the sole winner in this area.
The only concern for this single GPU is the multi-GPU configurations, which are being released by its competitors, which are the GTX980 and Radeon R9. However, installing a multi-GPU can give you installation problems, and this pose a usual and unexpected threat compared to the single GPU and Titan X giving you the best performance.
The final thing you would want to talk about is the price because you are on offer with some of the best features from Nvidia, and its upgrade is better than its competitors. The GTX Titan X is not a Prosumer-level unit. It lacks the double precision performance, which makes it evident that the new Titan X is consumer gaming card rather than any gaming+ entry level unit.