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Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X partner cards roundup

by Mark Tyson on 19 March 2015, 10:35

Tags: NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA), Palit, Gigabyte (TPE:2376), ZOTAC, EVGA, MSI

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The Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X was officially launched on Tuesday evening, UK time. HEXUS published a comprehensive review of the Nvidia reference card at launch time for your delectation. We found the new flagship GeForce card to offer supremely fast performance, be a great contender for 4K gaming while offering good power consumption in a relatively quiet package. As a bonus it overclocked rather well. Of course, as a major drawback, there was the usual Titan sticker price to contend with.

Since the official Titan X launch press releases and information has trickled in about what Nvidia hardware partners have done with the Titan X. Note that the Nvidia reference card is clocked at 1,002MHz core (1,076MHz boost) with 7,012MHz memory. So let's get on with it, in alphabetical order…

EVGA

EVGA has created a trio of GeForce GTX Titan X SKUs. As well as a 'standard' version it offers both 'Superclocked' and 'Hydro Copper' cards. Below are the key performance specs of the EVGA cards:

  • EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12G-P4-2990: clocked at 1,000MHz core (1,075MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory
  • EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X Superclocked 12G-P4-2992: clocked at 1,127MHz core (1,216MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory
  • EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X Hydro Copper 12G-P4-2999: clocked at 1,152MHz core (1,241MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory

GIGABYTE

The Gigabyte GV-NTITANXD5-12GD-B is basically a Gigabyte boxed and bar coded reference card. As such you won't be surprised that its offers reference performance speeds for the GPU clock and memory. The GPU is clocked at 1,000MHz core (1,075MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory. Gigabyte trumpets its OC GURU II utility with a "brand-new instinctive user interface," to tempt you to buy its card.

MSI

MSI has just one of GeForce GTX Titan X SKU which runs pretty much true to reference; clocked at 1,000MHz core (1,075MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory. As its USP the MSI card touts the exclusive Afterburner overclocking utility which is said to work a treat with the card's advanced fanspeed control (based on GPU temperature). Afterburner also facilitates screen recording.

Palit

The NE5XTIX015KB-PG600F is Palit's reference card in a branded box. As such you won't be surprised that that the GPU is clocked at 1,000MHz core (1,075MHz boost) with 7,000MHz memory.

ZOTAC

The ZOTAC ZT-90401-10P is another reference card in a branded box. As such you won't be surprised that that the GPU is clocked at 1,000MHz core (1,075MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory.

You might be wondering what about ASUS? ASUS and/or ASUS ROG hasn't launched its Titan X as yet on paper, we haven't had a press release and such a card seems to be absent from its global website. However there is an ASUS SKU based, again, on the reference design up for pre-order at various online retailers, priced from £929.99. As a reference card design it is clocked at 1,000MHz core (1,075MHz boost) with 7,010MHz memory.



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£929, what a joke
Asus is one of the most expensive options (not sure why…), they seem to be starting around £850.
Yep I'll have x3 of them Please Hexus - Lov u ^^
CustardInc
£929, what a joke

Indeed!
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