An example of engineering, that is, of the development of NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X was purchased by a hardware enthusiast. The model, launched in 2015, was one of the most luxurious at the time and was designed to deliver the best gaming performance.
The card purchased by the enthusiast is the same model that was later released on the market, but with a small change. The copy of GeForce GTX Titan X in question it only has two video connectors instead of four.
While the marketed model of GeForce GTX Titan X has a DVI port, an HDMI 2.0 input and three DisplayPort 1.4a outputs, this model only supports HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort. The finish is similar to the others.
The lack of video outputs initially made the enthusiast believe that someone had tricked him with a fake Titan graphics card. The buyer then posted pictures of the model on the Reddit forum to see if anyone would know anything about this model.
That’s when an NVIDIA representative on the forum clarified that the graphics card is a piece of engineering, judging by the part number that starts with 699. The community manager further said that this GPU should not have been sold.
Released in 2015, NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X is based on Maxwell GM200 GPU with 3072 CUDA cores. This graphics card came with 2GB of GDDR5 video memory and was the most powerful gaming component at the time.
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