The GTX 1080Ti has lost its crown already!
Nvidia has stolen the crown from the GTX 1080 Ti with leading performance and handed it over to the Titan Xp. Nvidia’s new Titan Xp still has the same dimensions and power requirements as it’s predecessor the Titan X. The specs are as follows 12GB of GDDR5X memory running at a whopping 11.4 Gbps, with 3,840 CUDA cores running at 1.6GHz and 12 TFLOPs of processing power. This is a monster graphics card in a monster year for Nvidia with announcing a multitude of products at CES 2017, including the Nvidia Shield TV. The Titan Xp is set to retail at the current Titan X price of $1,200 ( R16,500) which at the moment can only be purchased from Nvidia directly.
The Mac is getting support!
With the majority of Nvidia customers using Windows computers, you can’t blame Nvidia when they prioritise the Windows market. Now for the first time ever Mac beta drivers are being offered later in April to macOS customers. With Apple announcing that they are refreshing and creating a new Mac Pro with the support for new and upcoming high performance GPUs, with the likes of the Titan Xp most likely being one of them.