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Nvidia has always been a leader in providing the highest quality graphics cards that money can buy. Today, we decided to compare the two best GPUs in Nvidia’s impressive product line, namely Titan X and GTX 1080 Ti.

With the launch of the Super 20 series planned in a few weeks, we think it is necessary to compare some of Nvidia's current flagship GPUs. Don't worry; we will also see a comparison of the new Super Card with Titan and 1080 Ti.

For those who have not updated Titan X, this is the Pascal enthusiast graphics card released in August 2016, based on the 16nm process and based on the GP102 graphics processor. The card supports technologies such as DirectX 12.0 and is equipped with an impressive 12GB GDDR5X memory. In short, very powerful. The

Titan X is a dual slot card and like many modern GPUs it is 10.5 inches long. Its basic clock speed is 1417 Mhz and the boost clock is 1531 Mhz. The

Titan X is equipped with the fastest and most powerful GPU on the market today. We describe the full specifications of the Titan X below.

Clock speed

1770 MHz Boost Clock



Memory bus width

384 Bit

Large capacity 24 GB GDDR6 memory

Excellent build quality

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11.73 inches

Powerful factory overclocking, but not the best

The best cooling performance provides more space for overclocking, more...

additional Features such as RGB lighting, visual style extra

It is also, but surprisingly it is not the largest

It is quite expensive

As you can see, Titan X has an impressive 1.42Ghz base clock and 1.53Ghz boost The clock is almost the same as the number of GTX 1080 You. Both Titan and 1080 have the same 3584 CUDA kernel. However, Titan is equipped with more memory, 12GB more than 11GB 1080. The TDP of the

Titan is 250W, you guessed it, it is completely equivalent to the GTX 1080 Ti again.

So you can see that the two cards are very close in terms of specifications, but how do they compare in terms of actual performance? Well, let's take a look at Titan first, and then let's compare the two.

I think we can say bluntly that this card can absolutely smash your AAA game out of the water. Titan X can handle anything you throw at it in incredible 4k resolution. It is one of the only cards that can provide a consistent 60 frames per second on most major 4k ultra high definition engines.

With a resolution of 4k, it can be said with certainty that the Titan X is one of the best GPUs currently available. It's over 20% faster than any custom GTX 1080, which means it's more impressive than most other cards available.

The figure below shows the Techpowerup benchmark test results, clearly showing that Titan X ranks fifth in the overall performance summary with some other market leaders.

Unfortunately, for Titan X, it was beaten by a small margin by the 1080 Ti. As the article continues, we will see this trend. The average performance of the 1080 Ti is 3 ters. Although it is not very big, it is still a victory.

Below are more benchmarks showing Titan X's 3DMark Fire Strike graphics scores compared to some of the other leading graphics cards available.

As you can see, Titan X was again beaten by the 1080 Ti by just over 400 points. Having said that, the RTX 2080 Ti (I like to call it "daddy") greatly outperformed Titan's score.

Aside from pure baseline data, I want to talk about temperature for now. Obviously, Titan X has a fan. For those of you who don't know, this means that instead of pushing hot air around your frame like an aftermarket card normally does, a fan will draw air into the card and blow it out the back. In turn, this leads to an overall cooler structure.

Under pressure where the fan rotates at 2500 RPM and produces noticeable noise, the fan itself will reach more than 50%. Although what you said is too unpleasant, it doesn't matter.

So a big question recently asked by many people is, how does this Titan fight the powerful GTX 1080 Ti? Well, we will try our best to break it down for you.

Titan and 1080Ti are very close. The same CUDA core, a very similar clock speed (1080Ti is only slightly better), almost the same memory bandwidth, the same TDP, processor, and transistors. One obvious difference is memory, while the GTX 1080Ti has 11GB and the Titan has 12GB. But how much difference does this make?

The benchmarks between these two cards are very close, honestly, that's because they are very close in terms of specs. The same goes for in-game FPS for many different games. Both cards have broken through the 4k Ultra's 50 frames per second barrier, and in many games, they have broken through 70 frames. However, the difference between the two cards is very small, the most significant difference is 35FPS.

clock speed

1770 MHz boost clock



memory bus width

384 bits

clock speed

1632 MHz


11GB GDDR5 444X 1444 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 seconds can be said with certainty

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