Nvidia Titan Xp is the world's no one when it comes to graphics card, as of October 2017, this card retains the no. 1 spot, thanks to Nvidia's relentless effort in pulling the strides of graphics processors. The Titan Xp runs on Nvidia CUDA Cores 3840 which is the latest in modern computer graphics, this core is behind the jaw dropping performance of the card. Memory speed determines how fast information can retrieved or stored in the memory, high speed implies hitch free services, excellent multitasking capability and incredible realtime display.
The Titan Xp has a memory speed of 11.4 Gbps, and the bandwidth supports simultaneous execution of complex graphics tasks, it has a bandwidth of 547.7 GB/s. Temperature rating is important since powerful graphics cards produces a lot of heat in it's operations, the GPU has a maximum limit of 94 C, so adequate cooling system is required.
The memory configuration for the Titan Xp is 12 GB GDDR5X, this provides enough storage space to accommodate heavy graphics files while processing, and the availability of memory permits simultaneous execution of heavy files. The clock boost capacity of Titan Xp is 1582 MHz, this feature accelerate 4k display and various artificial intelligence outputs.
8 pins and 6 pins connectors are available for sourcing power, the power rating is 250 watts, but systems on which the card is installed are expected to have a power rating of 600 Watts and above.
• No 1 graphics card in the world.
• Maximum digital resolution 7680 × 4320.
• Memory bandwidth 547.7GB/s.
• Memory speed 11.4 Gbps.
• Nvidia CUDA cores 3840.
• Standard memory Configuration 12 GB.
• Excessive heat emission.
• Very expensive $ 1,900+