It looks like NVIDIA isn’t going to stop with the GTX 1080 Ti just yet, as the company has quietly announced its most powerful Pascal based graphics card ever in its portfolio, the TITAN Xp is now official with a price tag of $1,200 (RM5,323) and comes with 12GB of GDDR5x VRAM running at 11.4Gbps, 3840 CUDA Cores running at 1.6GHz, 12 TFLOPs of compute power and a 1584MHz boost speed, which is a significant specs bump from the original TITAN X and GTX 1080 Ti.

Overall, gamers should expect slight performance increase in 4K gaming with the bumped up performance, the GPU’s shroud hasn’t changed from its other flagship Pascal siblings apart from the product name and it continues to use the vapor chamber cooling technology, which has performed rather decent back in our GTX 1080 review, but we are not sure if the the TITAN Xp would still be able to remain cool with its increased clock speed. As usual, NVIDIA AIB Partners should be releasing their own variants of the TITAN Xp in the coming weeks, but if you have the extra cash and can’t wait to get one, you can head over to NVIDIA’s website to place your order.

SOURCE: NVIDIA

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