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The Titan RTX can be ordered since yesterday via the Nvidia store. Today a owner posted Fire Strike results. the card reaches 41,000 graphic points.
Titan RTX: the fastest horse in the Turing stable is on the market
Since yesterday you can officially order the Titan RTX via the Nvidia store. The graphics card is the absolute high-end model of the Turing generation. It comes with the full TU102 version and has 4,608 CUDA cores, 576 Tensor cores and 72 RT cores. The graphics memory used is 24 gigabytes of GDDR6. The graphics card is thus on a par with the Quadro RTX 6000 in terms of technical data and is only surpassed by the Quadro RTX 8000, which has 48 gigabytes of GDDR6 memory instead of 24 gigabytes. But you also pay for these features. The Titan RTX is available for $2,499 US. A user has now published the first benchmark results of the Turing flagship.
41,000 graphic points in Fire Strike
Via Twitter the user death_1125 posted his Firestrike results and photos of the graphics card. For the benchmark, the user flooded the Titan RTX with a Bykski block. The rest of the system was a MSI MEG Z390 Godlike with an unknown processor, but probably an i9-9900K. To tickle everything out of the card death_1125 also overclocked it. On a GPU clock of 2,070 MHz and a memory clock of 2,025 MHz the Titan RTX also achieves a very good result. In the Fire Strike, the system achieves a total score of 31,862 points. The graphics card alone scored 41,109 points.
— Death @7980XE+R6E+RTX2080Ti HOF (@death_1125) 19. Dezember 2018