During today’s Epic Games event at the Game Developers Conference 2015, NVIDIA co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang rushed the stage like a professional wrestling hero to announce the Titan X, NVIDIA’s latest GPU. Huang claims it is the most powerful GPU on the planet. With 12GB frame buffer and 8 billion transistors, it is — on paper — a significant step past NVIDIA’s current hardware. NVIDIA’s Titan used to be its most powerful hardware.
The card is built using the same NVTTM cooler as earlier cards from Nvidia, but with a couple of changes. Among these changes appear to be a black design, an LED-lit text saying “TITAN,” and a green LED in the fan. Naturally, we can probably also expect it to have a green LED-lit “GeForce” text on the side of the cooler.
Nvidia did not announce when we would be hearing more about the card, when it would be available, what it would cost, or any further juicy technical details, but with GTC (GPU Tech Conf.) around the corner, something tells us we will be hearing more in just under two weeks time.