Last week VRFocus reported on NVIDIA releasing a teasing video fro a brand new TITAN Xp Collectors Edition mannequin. Today, the corporate has now formally unveiled the brand new graphics card and there’s truly two variations, each modeled on Star Wars.
Paying homage to the sunshine side-dark aspect dichotomy, the 2 new playing cards comprise hints of the Star Wars galaxy, such because the hilt of Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber, and the sunshine panels harking back to the Death Star.
So the Jedi Order GPU has battle-worn put on and tear, with a die solid aluminum cowl having the look of intensive, corrosive salt spray. While the Galactic Empire GPU options easy, clear traces, emulating the high-end, orderly nature of the resource-rich Empire.
The Star Wars NVIDIA TITAN Xp Collector’s Edition GPUs use the NVIDIA Pascal-based GP102 GPU, every with three,840 CUDA cores operating at 1.6GHz, and 12GB of GDDR5X reminiscence operating at 11.4Gbps, with 12TFLOPs of processing energy. These specs are precisely the identical as the usual TITAN Xp which launched earlier this yr, changing into NVIDIA’s new top-of-the-range shopper graphics card.
GeForce Experience customers within the US, United Kingdom, France and Germany will obtain unique pre-order entry to buy the Star Wars NVIDIA TITAN Xp Collector’s Edition graphics playing cards beginning at 6am PT/2pm GMT, on eighth November. The playing cards will then go on basic sale from 17th November, priced at $1,200.00 USD – precisely the identical as the usual mannequin, simply wanting much more fancy.
Because they’re a Collectors Edition mannequin the retail field packaging for the Jedi Order version is bathed in white, and the Galactic Empire version is available in black. Each version additionally features a collectible electroformed steel badge containing the insignia of their most popular alliance.
For Star Wars followers who need one of the best out of the digital actuality (VR) headsets, the brand new Star Wars TITAN Xp Collector’s Edition definitely does pack a powerful punch. VRFocus will proceed its protection of NVIDIA, reporting again with its newest product releases and bulletins.