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[TT] The new Titan X is up to 200% faster than the GeForce GTX Titan X

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The synthetic benchmark side of Titan X that was used was CuDNN, offering a huge 200% increase over the previous GeForce GTX Titan X (note, the new Titan X is just that 'Titan X' with the GeForce GTX branding dropped from the name). The new Titan X is using a new implementation of CuDNN, so the speedup is from both the software, and the improved hardware on Titan X.

Specifications wise, the new Titan X has 16% more CUDA cores and 42% higher GPU clocks - so in raw horsepower, we have a decent amount of hardware improvements. According to the benchmarks, we can expect the new Titan X to be 74% to 91% faster in Alexnet, 76% to 200% on OverFear, 74% to 84% on Inception and 91% to 98% in VGG.
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This does not mean anything for gaming, since this for sure is due to mixed precision and all that jazz, not due to pure floating point horsepower. So this is great for deep learning but is not going to be like this for other applications that do need floating point precision, like for example most graphics applications.
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but can it run Crysis (in 4K) ?
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Originally Posted by XxOsurfer3xX View Post

This does not mean anything for gaming, since this for sure is due to mixed precision and all that jazz, not due to pure floating point horsepower. So this is great for deep learning but is not going to be like this for other applications that do need floating point precision, like for example most graphics applications.

But this is the reason why Nvidia can charge $1200 and sell a buttload of cards.

2x the speed vs Titan X means a ton of time and money saved for scientific work etc
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Didnt Nvidia state the Titan X Pascal would be 60% faster than the Titan X?




Edit: Yup sure did. So 60% more gaming performance than Titan X = 35% more performance than GTX 1080 (@ 4K)

Click bait title. rolleyes.gif
Titan X was gimped on compute so i hope Titan XP would be much more in compute.
Edited by Swolern - 8/1/16 at 1:31am
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100% faster means 2 times faster, 200% mean 4 times faster... It's not 4 times faster...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

Didnt Nvidia state the Titan X Pascal would be 60% faster than the Titan X?

60% faster processing + the rest with Cudnn5 (vs cudnn4)
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100% faster means 2 times faster, 200% mean 4 times faster... It's not 4 times faster...

I'm sorry, but 200% faster should be 300% of the original performance?
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synthetic benchmark

Stopped reading there. Also, title is clickbait, it should really be:
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[TT] The new Titan X is up to 200% faster than the GeForce GTX Titan X in synthetic benchmarks
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