A couple of days ago I posted a review of Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, which is essentially the same graphics card we’ve been seeing at CES this year.
Now, Nvidia has given us an even better, more powerful graphics card to compare it to.
The GTX TitanX has the same 8GB of GDDR5 RAM and a 1.9GHz clock speed, but has a 10 percent boost in performance compared to the Nvidia GTX 1050.
The GTX Titan is Nvidia’s first Pascal-powered graphics card.
Nvidia calls the card “the world’s fastest GPU,” which is definitely not an insult.
Pascal is the latest version of Nvidia Pascal, which the company claims will be faster than Maxwell and Skylake.
It also has a new memory interface called GDDR5X, which promises faster performance than GDDR5 and faster data transfer speeds.
The TitanX is also the first GPU to use AMD’s “Tahiti” memory, which should be a boon for gamers who want to use their cards with a lot of graphics memory.
We’re not the first to wonder if Nvidia is using the TitanX to boost performance.
A review of the card we did a while ago suggested that the Titan is just a “gigabyte” of memory.
The review also said that the graphics card is not a full-fledged gaming graphics card and that its “memory speed is probably just 2Gbps.”
Nvidia didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
We can’t be sure whether Nvidia is simply using the 1060 to boost its own performance or if this is a performance upgrade to Pascal.
Regardless of the reason for the Titan X’s performance boost, it’s definitely worth considering if you’re looking for the fastest graphics card for gaming.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has a similar clock speed as the Titan, but it costs $549, which means that the 980 Ti or Titan X are also worth considering.
The Titan X is going to be the most expensive GPU we’ve ever reviewed, but its performance could easily put it over the top for gamers looking to spend a lot on graphics cards.
For $549 it’s pretty hard to beat a Titan, especially when it comes to games.
You can expect to pay more than $1,000 for a Titan X if you want to buy the graphics cards for gaming or other high-end applications.