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Nvidia released Titan Xp Collector’s Edition video cards for Star Wars fans

Written by Tyler Rondman

Nvidia released Titan Xp Collector’s Edition video cards for Star Wars fans

Nvidia decided to please fans of the Star Wars universe by releasing special versions of the Titan Xp video card. The new devices are named Titan Xp Collector’s Edition Star Wars Jedi Order and Titan Xp Collector’s Edition Star Wars Galactic Empire, addressed to the supporters of the Order of the Jedi and the Galactic Empire respectively, and their main feature is the unusual design of the cooling system.
In terms of technical characteristics of the new items are no different from the usual Titan Xp. The video cards are built on the basis of the Nvidia GP102 crystal with 3840 CUDA cores, 240 blocks of texture mapping and 96 blocks of raster operations. The operating frequency of the GPU is from 1480 to 1582 MHz, and 12 GB of video memory GDDR5X operate at an effective frequency of 11.4 GHz, providing a throughput of about 548 GB / s.

The cooling systems of the new Titan Xp are in general similar to the coolers of the Founders Edition video cards, but they also have a unique casing remotely resembling a lightsaber. The model marked Jedi Order is equipped with green LED backlight, while the version of Galactic Empire glows red.

Video cards Titan Xp Collector’s Edition Star Wars Jedi Order and Titan Xp Collector’s Edition Star Wars Galactic Empire are already available for pre-order through the official Nvidia website , and their delivery will begin on November 17. The cost of new products, like the usual version of Titan Xp, is $1200.

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Tyler Rondman

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Northwest outdoors, you can find Tyler on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.