Nvidia Titan X graphics card

Nvidia Titan X graphics card
Nvidia Titan X takes graphics card performance to a new level, the architecture is based on Pascal 16nm graphics, this is a significant breakthrough in the world of graphics. Nvidia has series of incredible graphics cards released within a short interval, this shows their unrelenting research in improving computer graphics. Most of their modern discoveries are not just aimed at gamers, but they delved into the world of Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality, their modern cards can accelerate AI performance.

The Nvidia Titan X was unveiled in San Francisco, the centre of the show was based on AI, the industry showed how their flawless gadget could assist in making many AI based dreams a reality. Gamers are yet to experience the power of this graphics card, because the price $1,600+ makes it less available for gamers at lunch, but the card will be incorporated in various gaming devices with time.

Graphics card memory can boost or limit the performance of the card, Titan X has 12 GB memory for express handling of cutting edge graphics demands. The maximum digital resolution of Titan X is a staggering 5120 × 3200, this ensures a breathtaking display whenever it's required, the maximum value for VGA resolution is 2048 × 1536.

The graphics cards has a length of 10.5 inches and the width span 4.37 inches, the size of the card makes it difficult to fit into smaller devices, the power requirement is 250 Watts. This is an excellent choice for astounding displays.

• Based on pascal 16nm Architecture. • Supports projects on Artificial Intelligence • Maximum digital resolution 5120 × 3200. • Memory capacity 12 GB. • VGA resolution 2048 × 1536.

• Very expensive $1200. • Lacks DVI connection.



This one

I'm not too good with these types of things, to be honest, but even I know that this one would be the better choice. Nvidia is just a superior brand and when you buy one of their products you know you are getting something good. This is great but of course, the only problem with it is that it is quite expensive.
Posted by kingcool52 on 11-02-2017


This one is just a beast, Nvidia graphic cards will always beat amd in my book. Don't get me wrong, AMD is not a bad brand at all and the prices are much more affordable than these Nvidia ones, but in terms of power they are always a step behind.
Posted by Tania997 on 11-02-2017


NVIDIA Titan X graphics card is really a beast and a must have for a gamer like me. The specs and resolution are so gorgeous and really stand out among other competitors as they always produce a good quality graphics card that can support a hardcore gaming without experiencing any problems at all. Although it's expensive, I would say that it's fair to purchase it since it gives you a great quality and overall performance that is really top-notch.
Posted by ColdFlameChris on 11-02-2017

Parallel computing beast

Well if you want you computer to calculate a lot of seperate things simultaneously this kind of hardware is your go to tool. What requires that? Well outside the typical uses like creating high-end computer graphics and complex high resolution gaming there are a number of uses. A “big scale” example might be the computer models used to predict the weather and the paths of tropical storms, hurricanes, typhoons, etc. When they talk about the “American” vs “European” model they the mean computer models running on super computers in the US and EU. This one graphics card won’t let you predict the weather, but it will let you create models of very complex (otherwise “unpredictable”) systems.
Posted by muaaz.93 on 02-11-2018

If you have deep pockets then the Titan

That titan is $1,375 refurbished so unless you have super deep pockets it's not attainable to 90%+ of the earth's population. And the other 10% maxed their credit card or there rich.
Posted by Soulwatcher on 11-02-2017

Perfect, although very expensive

When you are looking at getting the best performance in what you are doing with the task you have at hand, then it's probably the right and best decision to go for Nvidia Titan X graphics card because it's definitely going to offer you so much more with your work.
Posted by Martinsx on 03-18-2018


Amd Radeon RX 480 graphics card

Amd Radeon RX 480 graphics card
Amd Radeon RX 480 ( 8G) meets midrange graphics requirement, and with the stunning features embedded in the card, excellence is inevitable. The performance of this card by far exceeds that of previous generations, the card is applauded for it's unmatched performance at an inexpensive price tag when compared with other graphics cards. The GPU architecture is based on "Polaris" 14nm, the developers of the radeon RX 480 ensured flexible computing, with "36" compute units available for such task, and stream processors 2,304 in number for handling high end graphic demands.

The company gives 5.8 teraflops as it's performance rating, the cards bandwidth memory is estimated to be around 224 GBps, a single connector with 6 pins is required to power the device. The power rating is 150 watts, the length of the card is around 9.7 inches, this length could be a major drawback in fitting into some computers, because it require good spacing to accommodate it's length.

Their are two versions of the card, one has 4 GB memory while the other comes with 8 GB memory capacity, users should ensure they select the model that meets their graphics needs. Clocking speed is important in processing device, this card clocks at 1,120 MHz but this speed can increase to 1,266 MHz when boosted.

Graphics card are pivotal in game performance, so if you love playing games, a good knowledge of graphics cards will help in ensuring a memorable experience.

• Meets midrange graphics requirement. • Cheap compared with it's performance. • 5.8 teraflops performance rating. • memory bandwidth 224 GB/s. • Clocks at 1,120 MHz and can be boosted to 1,266 MHz.

• Not as powerful as the latest cards. • 4G models may not cope with some AI tasks.


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The Amd-Radeon graphics card is much better because it is cheaper than the Nvidia and the functions it performs are also very excellent. It is good because it is affordable than the Nvidia.
Posted by babyright on 11-02-2017
I have used both in the past and I can honestly say besides look and design, both cards have served me well inside my PC rigs. Overall, if you're pinched for pennies at some point... you'd choose AMD for purchasing since it's a bit cheaper than most Nvidia cards.
Posted by NickJ on 11-02-2017
Amd graphics is better to me maybe it what I'm familiar with and what I see people cheaper but highly effective and served the purpose well.
Posted by lovely on 11-02-2017