Nvidia quietly launches £1,160 Titan Xp graphics card with 3,840 CUDA to replace Titan X

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Nvidia replaces its flagship Pascal-based Titan X after less than a year
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Nvidia replaces its flagship Pascal-based Titan X after less than a year

The graphics card for people who want the very best?

Nvidia has quietly replaced its top-of-the-range PC graphics card, the 2016 Titan X, which hasn't even been out for a year, with an even more powerful flagship, the Titan Xp. Based on the company's...

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