NVIDIA teased its flagship consumer GPU, the Titan RTX, not too long ago. The company today officially unveiled this product. It’s a beast of a GPU with a price tag to match. For $2,500, customers get 72 Turing RT and 4,608 CUDA cores as well as 24GB GDDR6 VRAM. That’s a considerable improvement compared to the 68 and 4,352 cores of the RTX 2080 Ti.
Even though it’s meant to be a consumer GPU, this card may appeal more to professionals than the average graphics enthusiast. That’s because its $2,500 price tag is more than double that of the RTX 2080 Ti.
It’s actually more similar to the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 which is meant for workstations. The Titan RTX has the same number of Tensor, CUDA, and RT cores in addition to the same 24GB of VRAM.
If you find that all of this isn’t enough for your graphical processing needs, the $80 Titan RTX NVLink Bridge will enable you to hook up two Titan RTX cards together to double the VRAM and increased bandwidth to a total of 100 GB/s. That’s enough power for real-time ray tracing and 8K video editing.
NVIDIA has confirmed today that it will begin selling the Titan RTX later this month in Europe and the United States.