Nvidia Releaved New Titan XP For MAC PC Users
On 2013 Nvidia announced a new video card Titan XP using pascal architecture that can be used on MAC. The Nvidia titan XP hits the market at a price of $1200.
The Nvidia titan XP is PCI-E based and has 12GB of GDDR5X memory working at 11.4 gigabits per second, 3840 CUDA cores processing at 1.6 GHz. Nvidia announces that the card allows for 12 TFLOP performance. This graphics card is being delivered to users direct from NVIDIA through NVIDIA's online store.
According to PC Mag, Nvidia also announces a beta version of new drivers for Nvidia cards to hit the markets in April. This would be the first time Pascal based cards will be available besides Nvidia 1080ti. The current Nvidia drivers require MacOS 10.11 El Capitan or 10.12 Sierra which were released on March 28th. Assuming operating systems are not limited to MacOS 10.12 Sierra the drivers will function on all mac pro from 2008, 2009, 2010.
However, the drivers should not be limited to mac OS 10.12 sierra otherwise the compatibility will be limited to mac version 5.1 and 4.1. Nvidia's been dominating the graphic card pile market for quite some time now, and it is simply augmenting its lead with the new Titan XP.
For $1,200, the card offers a similar Pascal GP102 GPU as the $5,000-ish Quadro P6000, with every one of the 3,840 CUDA centers to play with. It likewise has a substantially quicker memory than the Quadro, knocking up from the 10GHz of a year ago's Titan to 11.4 GHz. Like the Titan X (which can now be had for around $1,000, by chance if you can get hold of it in stock), the XP has 12GB of GDDR5X RAM, as per Slash Gear.
With some much in offering Nvidia, titan XP is definitely a great buy for all game-a-holics. Meanwhile, for more updates on Nvidia titan stay tuned with us!