GDC 2015: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX Titan X, details still sparse

GDC 2015: NVIDIA announced the GeForce GTX Titan X, details still sparse

The Xbox keynote has just wrapped up at the Games Developer Conference but Microsoft isn’t the only company talking about the future of gaming at the conference. NVIDIA also took the stage to reveal some of its latest new gaming solutions, as well as a new graphics card, and it’s a monster.

The next Titan is here, marking the latest iteration of NVIDIA’s top tier, high-performance graphics card, and it comes in the form of the GeForce GTX Titan X. Not a lot of details were revealed however as NVIDIA is probably saving that information for its own GPU Technology Conference event which will take place 2 weeks from now. We do know that the device will have 8 billion transistors, it will be based on the Maxwell architecture, will feature 12GB of video RAM and will of course support DirectX 12.

We’ll update you as soon as we know more about the Titan X, as well as the benchmarks and the price tag that your wallet will hate you for. So stay tuned for more!

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