NVIDIA Titan RTX Complete review with benchmarks- The most fastest GPU in history was this TITAN RTX back in 2018. When we heard of this GPU we were quite shocked in 2018. We knew there will be at least a TITAN GPU but we weren’t expecting this. This was the monster GPU of all time. Still, it can beat some of the latest RTX 3000 series GPUs. This gpu has faster clock speeds, faster memory speeds, more Vram, more premium design, etc. so in today’s article we will give you an honest review of this TITAN RTX, and we will tell you whether you should buy or not. So stay tuned.
NVIDIA Titan RTX
Name and Architecture:
|Fabrication process:||12 nm|
|Bus interface:||PCI-E 3.0 x 16|
|Launch date:||December 2018|
|Price at launch:||$2499|
we wanted this GPU so badly in 2018 but when we checked the price of it, it was $2500. So this gpu was out of our budget. We know that video editors, animators, 3D designers, etc want something powerful, fast, and cost-friendly. Well, this GPU was the best choice for everything. But for gaming this GPU is a beast, because of 24GB of Vram, 384Bit makes this GPU faster for data transferring rate between the GPU and the motherboard all the way to the processor. But as we know there will be a huge bottleneck if you pair with a Core i7 8700K or Ryzen 5 3600x, but if you pair with the latest processors from AMD and intel then the performance will be amazing, for example with the Core i9-10900K or Ryzen 7 3700X. this GPU has almost 18.6 Billion transistors. That’s why they provided the 384Bit interface to eke out the best performance from the 18.6 Billion transistors.
|Base clock:||1350 MHz|
|Boost clock:||1770 MHz|
The base frequency of this GPU is 1350 MHz which is faster than most new GPUs. The Boost Clock is also faster than other GPUs at this point which is 1770 MHz. The base frequency is going to help in mostly GPU-bound games like Call of Duty Warzone. For over 4600+ Cuda cores these speeds are faster than you think.
|Memory size:||24 GB|
|Memory clock:||1750 MHz|
|Memory clock (effective):||14000 MHz|
|Memory interface width:||384-bit|
|Memory bandwidth:||672.0 GB/s|
|L2 cache:||6 MB|
NVIDIA Titan RTX has 24 GB of GDDR6 memory with a frequency of 1750 MHz. Which is really fast compared to its predecessors. The memory clock of this GPU is 14 GHz which is amazingly fast and don’t forget this GPU is also power efficient. This GPU interface is 384-Bit which is not faster than the Nvidia Geforce RTX 3060. The memory bandwidth is a lot faster than its predecessor also. Like it’s faster than Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 and Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 Super. The memory bandwidth is freaking 672 GB/s which is awesome. The cache memories are also good in terms of performance. The L2 cache memory is 6MB which is impressive. The memory clock of this NVIDIA Titan RTX is 14 GHz which will help in boosting game performance.
Cores & Texture:
NVIDIA Titan RTX has 4608 CUDA cores. The Cuda cores are more than Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 and Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 Super. There are 169.92 ROPs that help in rotating, resizing, and scaling the image. There are also 576 Tensor Cores which will help in Ray tracing. Ray tracing is so much fun to play with I mean with the new latest games you can enjoy the full amazing lighting control, reflections, and so much more to play games with ray tracing on. There are also new features in this GPU like DLSS, what these features do is that new algorithms this upscale your game’s resolutions to make it more crisp and sharp. There are also 72 RT cores. There are 288 texture units.
|Maximum power draw:||280 W|
This GPU’s maximum power consumption is 280W compared to its predecessor’s 300W. This GPU is faster than the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1660 Super and power efficient too. Because this NVIDIA Titan RTX power consumption is 280W. This allows the users to get more out of the GPU. There are also many variants of this GPU that can be further overclocked thus eating more power. The power limit of this GPU is around 300W which is a lot to get faster performance when it’s overclocked. You can get 10-15% more FPS when it’s overclocked but I would not recommend that if you don’t know about overclocking.
|Multi-monitor:||Up to 4 displays|
|Maximum digital resolution:||7680 x 4320 @60 Hz|
|Maximum DP resolution:||7680 x 4320 @120 Hz|
|Maximum DVI resolution:||2560 x 1600|
|Maximum HDMI resolution:||4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz|
The max monitor support increases with the increase of new technologies and with new updates from monitors, TVs, etc. the GPU’s updates as well. This GPU can support maximum display at 8K with up to 4 monitors. There are vainest with different display outputs. But you will find more than 4 display connectors. There are some variants with thunderbolt displays at well. But there will be 2 display ports 1.4 and 2 HDMI 2.0b connectors. The display port can support 8K at 120Hz which is amazing. Because there will be no lags, no delays with this new DP version. There is no 8K support on HDMI. Well because the bandwidth of the HDMI is far less than the bandwidth of DP. If you have a monitor that supports 4k 144Hz or a monitor that supports 240Hz then I will recommend using the DP. Because of its bandwidth.
|Pixel fill rate:||151.87 Gigapixels/s|
|Texture fill rate:||509.76 Gigatexels/s|
|Single precision computes power:||16312.32 GFLOPS|
|Double precision computes power:||509.76 GFLOPS|
The pixel fill rate of This GPU has scored 151.87 Gigapixels/s which is amazingly fast compared to its predecessors. The texture fill rate also scores 509.76 GTexel/s. That’s why it supports 8K at high frame rates thanks to ROP’s. Now let’s talk about the texture fill rate. Texture fillrate measure how many texels can a GPU render per second. Texture fill rate is always measured in the amount of me like (1s). Texels are basically is three-dimensional space objects and called textured pixels.
|Standard display connectors:||3 x DisplayPort 1.4
USB Type C
|Power connectors:||2 x 8-pin|
|Audio input for HDMI:||Yes|
Well, one of the most important and key factors about this GPU is its power consumption. This GPU is not that power-hungry. This GPU needs a 2x 8-pin connector. There are also 3 display ports and 1 HDMI port, which is really great for multiple monitors. There is also Audio input from HDMI which also helps with these new monitors. The 2x 8-pin connector really made the wiring system completely awesome.
|Length:||10.5 inches (267 mm)|
These days the size of the GPU is also important because there are a lot of cases that don’t fit some long GPUs. This GPU is 10.5 inches which can fit in most PC cases. Plus the GPU is also dual-slot which helps in heat overflow.
Features & Support:
|Other features:||3D Vision
3D Vision Surround
|Open CL support:||1.2|
There are a lot of new features in this GPU, and they are updated over me. The most amazing new features of this GPU are Ray tracing, 3D Vision, PhysX, etc. this GPU is so rich in features that a GPU king like Geforce RTX 3060 left behind. This NVIDIA Titan RTX has Open CL support 2.0 which is a lot more efficient than the last gen Open CL 1.2. This will help in boost performance. NVIDIA Titan RTX also has Open GL 4.6 support which is also faster than the Open GL 4.6. NVIDIA Titan RTX also has DirectX 12 ultimate support. The Vulkan support is also 1.2 which makes the driver’s experience more up-to-date. The Shader model makes the texture experience more accurate and more efficient and fast. NVIDIA Titan RTX has the Shader model 6.4.
The gaming experience of this GPU is on another level. so you must use the NVIDIA Titan RTX for gaming because it has the fastest memories, fast clock speeds, faster memory clock speeds, more Cuda cores, the newest architecture, and higher bandwidth. Which makes the gaming experience more powerful. The more Cuda cores the faster the performance of a GPU will be. So this GPU is like steroids when it comes to the Cuda cores. Running GTA 5 on this GPU will give you around 320+ FPS. And in almost every game this GPU shows the best performance.
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