NVIDIA positions the TITAN RTX ahead of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition, with an increased number of CUDA cores, texture units, tensor cores and RT cores. The TITAN RTX has the same base clock speed as the RTX 2080 Ti, but it has a 225 MHz higher boost clock speed coupled with an increased memory bus and a 66 GB/s higher memory bandwidth. Moreover, NVIDIA has equipped the TITAN RTX with 24 GB GDDR6 VRAM, which is more than double what the RTX 2080 Ti has. This extra performance also coincides with an additional 30-W power consumption that brings the TITAN RTX up to 280 W, which is almost 100 W higher than the RTX 2070 and 65 W more than the GTX 1080 Ti.
The TITAN RTX has the same radiator design as the RTX 2080 Ti FE, but NVIDIA has finished the former in gold compared to the silver that it has used on its GeForce RTX FE GPUs. Our test unit is exquisitely made with its gold TITAN RTX lettering standing out against its black middle panel. NVIDIA has redesigned the fans compared to those used in the TITAN X too. The company has replaced the single radial fan for two axial fans, with which it has also equipped its GeForce RTX GPUs. NVIDIA states that the two fans are more effective at cooling the TITAN RTX’s vapour chamber than is the single fan in the TITAN X, which should allow the card to run cooler and better maintain its performance when pushed hard.
The TITAN RTX uses two 8-pin power plugs and has numerous ports. NVIDIA has included three DisplayPort 1.4 ports, one HDMI 2.0b, and a USB Type-C port.
|GeForce RTX 2000 Series|
|Pipelines||4608 – unified|
|Core Speed||1350 – 1770 (Boost) MHz|
|Memory Speed||14000 MHz|
|Memory Bus Width||384 Bit|
|Max. Amount of Memory||24576 MB|
|DirectX||DirectX 12_2 (Ultimate)|
|Transistor Count||18600 Million|
|Features||NVLink, DLSS, Raytraycing, VR Ready, G-SYNC, Vulkan, Multi Monitor, 600 Watt system power recommended|