NVIDIA Titan RTX Officially Announced


If you’re looking for a graphics card with 130 teraflops of compute, 11 GigaRays of ray-tracing, 576 Turing Tensor Cores humming alongside 72 Turing RT Cores to support all those gigarays, a stylish 24GB of GDDR6 memory running at a base clock of 1770 MHz with a solid 672GB/s of bandwidth and an crazy ability to endure Real-time 8K video editing then I hope you have a fat wad of cash because the Titan RTX is what you will need.

The Titan RTX does support SLI however gaming benefit to SLI probably will be neglegble as it’s the compute power that will be increased the most with SLI.

Coming in at USD $2499 (estimating AUD $3499) the card will pack a punch to your machine and wallet.

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