The RTX Titan based on the newest Turing 12 nm architecture went on sale yesterday. As such, a plethora of benchmarks are surfacing now since content creators and PC enthusiast are getting their hands on with the new Titan of the market.
Nvidia’s Titan lineup caters to the needs of those individuals who require workstation grade performance but also want to play Triple-A titles at the highest graphical fidelity.
Those who are unfamiliar with specifications that the Titan boasts:
The RTX Titan utilizes the TU102 GPU configuration with 6 GPCs, 36 TPCs, and 4608 CUDA Cores. It also has 576 Tensor Cores and 72 Ray Tracing cores. It has a base clock of 1350Mhz an a boost for 1770Mhz. To most consumers, the most surprising aspect of this card was the 24 GBs of GDDR6 memory with a 384-bit bus clocked at 7.00 Gbps.
In terms of performance, the card boasts 16.2 TFLOPS of FP32 compute, which is 1.2 higher than its predecessor, the Titan V. Furthermore, it has the capability of churning out 11 Gigarays per second of ray tracing powers which is slightly higher than the Quadro RTX 8000 at 10 Gigarays per second. According to Nvidia, this card is going to provide 100 GB/s, full range NVLINK capability when two cards are paired. Even though the RTX Titan is superior to the old Titan V, it is priced $500 lower at $2499.
An overview of the Titan Series:
|GPU||NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan||NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black||NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X||NVIDIA Titan X||NVIDIA Titan Xp||NVIDIA Titan V||NVIDIA RTX Titan|
|Base Clock||836 MHz||889 MHz||1000 MHz||1417 MHz||1405 MHz||1200 MHz||1350 MHz|
|Boost Clock||876 MHz||980 MHz||1089 MHz||1531 MHz||1582 MHz||1455 MHz||1770 MHz|
|FP32 Compute||4.7 TFLOPs||5,6 TFLOPs||6.7 TFLOPs||11.0 TFLOPs||12.1 TFLOPs||15.0 TFLOPs||16.2 TFLOPs|
|VRAM||6 GB GDDR5||6 GB GDDR5||12 GB GDDR5||12 GB GDDR5X||12 GB GDDR5X||12 GB HBM2||24 GB GDDR6|
|Memory Bandwidth||288.4 GB/s||336.0 GB/s||336.6 GB/s||480.4 GB/s||547.6 GB/s||652.8 GB/s||672 GB/s|
|MSRP||$999 US||$999 US||$999 US||$1200 US||$1200 US||$3000 US||$2499 US|
RTX Titan Benchmarks
The Titan in this instance was watercooled and overclocked up to 2070Mhz on the core and 2025 on the memory. The bandwidth received an sizable increase from the base 672 GB/s to a resounding 778 GB/s.
As we can see, the RTX – Titan got an overall score of 31,862 and a graphics score of 41,109, which is remarkable for a single chip based card.