Nvidia Titan X first benchmarks revealed – world’s most powerful graphics card

Nvidia Pascal Titan X

The first Nvidia Titan X benchmark has leaked thanks to Videocardz.com.

The 3DMark Fire Strike score shows the card far outpacing even an overclocked GTX 1080, although the card is not directly aimed at gamers.

This follows a recent report stating that the graphics card is aimed at the “prosumer” market (FP32 and INT8 compute), although it still features a record-breaking amount of graphics processing power.

The card features a massive 12GB of GDDR5X memory and 3,584 stream processors at 1.53GHz, delivering a quoted 11 TFLOPS of peak compute performance.

The new Nvidia Titan X is priced at $1,200 and is set to release on 2 August 2016. There are no local release details as of yet.

You can check out the full results for yourself in the table below:

Titan X 01


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