Nvidia has launched its latest Titan X graphics card.
Based on the company's new Pascal architecture, as opposed to the Maxwell architecture used in the previous Titan X, the new Nvidia flagship GPU costs £1,099 / $1,199.
As revealed in the announcement, the card's specifications stand at 12GB of GDDR5X memory, 3,584 Nvidia CUDA cores and a boost speed of 1,531MHz. It boasts 11 TFLOPs of processing power. This is 4 TFLOPS more than the previous Maxwell-powered Titan X, which cost $1,000 at launch, and also had 12GB of memory, albeit of the slightly slower GDDR5.
For now, the Titan X is only available via Nvidia's GeForce website
and you'll only be able to buy two (aw shucks!), although it was at least quoting local pricing suggesting you shouldn't receive too dissimilar a service compared to your average etailer.
Cooling is provided by a vapour chamber-equipped heatsink and a die cast aluminium angular body - it's certainly a looker. For more specifications and a nifty video check out the details below.