At the conference of game developers (GDC 2015) in San Francisco this morning, Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia, has introduced a new card called Titan X. This is also a product that features the world’s most powerful graphics processor to date.
The story begins with Tim Sweeney, founder of Epic Games, require a stronger graphics card, bring new virtual reality experiences of users in the game. And Jen-Hsun Huang said that Nvidia has a solution to the difficult problem of Epic Games. Accordingly, when used with the Crescent Bay prototype virtual reality glasses of Oculus Rift, graphics processing speed in “Thief in the Shadows” Titan X can achieve up to 90 frames per second.
However, the CEO of Nvidia does not provide specifications as well as the new features of this model graphics card, but revealed that Titan X is based on the Maxwell architecture, equipped with 12 GB of graphics memory (VRAM) and up to 8 billion transistors, compared with Titan Z Kepler architecture, which has 7 billion transistors.
More details of Titan X will be officially announced at Nvidia’s GPU Technology conference in next two weeks.