NVIDIA’s GeForce TITAN Xp Collectors Edition Is A Star Wars Collectible With Glactic Empire and Jedi Order Flavors

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Nov 7, 2017
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Remember the TITAN Xp Collector’s Edition that NVIDIA teased a while ago? Well, turns out it has less to do with an upgraded product and more to do with being an actual collectible – namely that of the Star Wars franchise. It looks like green wants a piece of the action as far as Star Wars is concerned and I can’t say I blame them, the target market of both products are pretty similar. The designs and aesthetics on these things are absolutely killer and would make for an excellent collectible if you happen to bee a Star Wars fan (and even if you dont!).

NVIDIA unveils gorgeous TITAN Xp Collector’s Editions for Star Wars fans for the same price as the original at $1200, pre-orders open November 8th

The TITAN Xp Collector’s edition features an updated design as well as red or green lighting, which represents the two sides of Star Wars. You can watch the full promo here:

The specifications of the card appears to be the same as the original and the best part is, the pricing is exactly the same as the original at $1200! This is basically a face lift and a much much better looking TITAN Xp than its original variant. If you are on the market for a TITAN Xp, there is literally no reason not to buy this one, even if you aren’t a Star Wars fan.

The TITAN Xp has 3840 cores with 547.7 GB/s worth of bandwidth for roughly 142.6 MB/s/core which is a pretty decent gain. The important thing when dealing with an increasing core count is to make sure that the bandwidth available per core doesn’t drop while you scale, and this isn’t the case here – so you can expect some decent returns with the TITAN Xp. It houses the full blown GP102 die. This means you are looking at the full 60 SM configuration with 3840 CUDA Cores. This also means that the compute performance of the card is going to be phenomenal, topping the 12 TFLOPs mark and very easily a 4K 60fps capable gaming monstrosity.

NVIDIA TITAN Xp (2017) Specifications Comparison

NVIDIA Graphics Card TITAN X (Pascal) GTX 1080 Ti TITAN Xp (CE)
Launch Year 2016 2017 2017
Process Node 16nm 16nm 16nm
GPU Die Size 471mm² 471mm² 471mm² (TBC)
SMs 56 56 60
CUDA Cores Per SM 64 64 64
FP32 CUDA Cores (Total) 3584 3584 3840
Core Clock 1531 1584 1582
Compute Power 10.97 TFLOPs 11.34 TFLOPs 12.15 TFLOPs
Memory Interface 384-bit 352-bit 384-bit
Memory Size 12 GB GDDR5X 11 GB GDDR5X 12 GB GDDR5X
Memory Clock 10 Gbps 11 Gbps 11.4 Gbps
Bandwidth 480 GB/s 484 GB/s 547.7 GB/s
TDP 250W 250W 250W
MSRP $1200 $700` $1200

NVIDIA TITAN Xp Star Wars ‘Galactic Empire’ Collector’s Edition Gallery

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NVIDIA TITAN Xp Star Wars ‘Jedi Order’ Collector’s Edition Gallery

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NVIDIA TITAN Xp Star Wars Collector’s Edition Unboxing

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