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NVIDIA TITAN RTX NVIDIA® TITAN RTX™

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NVIDIA TITAN RTX

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NVIDIA TITAN RTX NVIDIA® TITAN RTX™ is the fastest PC graphics card ever built.

It’s powered by the award-winning Turing™ architecture, bringing 130 Tensor TFLOPs of performance, 576 tensor cores, and 24 GB of ultra-fast GDDR6 memory to your PC.

TITAN RTX POWERS AI, MACHINE LEARNING, AND CREATIVE WORKFLOWS
NVIDIA TITAN RTX™ brings the power of GPU-accelerated artificial intelligence and machine learning to your PC. Now, AI developers and data scientists can achieve results faster with a cost-effective desktop solution powered by NVIDIA Turing™ that delivers revolutionary performance at your fingertips.

Explore What’s Possible in AI

TITAN RTX enables AI and machine learning enthusiasts to rapidly experiment with the convenience of their PCs or on data center servers.

Accelerate Data Science Workflows

Researchers, data scientists, and developers can build AI models in minutes, with NGC and RAPIDS data science software.

Power Your Creativity

TITAN RTX brings real-time ray tracing and AI to the applications you use every day. So you can do what you do—better and faster.

ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE IN A SPECTACULAR DESIGN

NVIDIA TURING GPU
TITAN RTX accelerates photorealistic ray-tracing with 72 RT Cores, AI workflows with 576 Tensor Cores, and parallel computing with 4608 NVIDIA CUDA® cores for developers, researchers, creators, and enthusiasts.
REVOLUTIONARY PERFORMANCE, POWERED BY TURING
TITAN RTX trains advanced models like ResNet-50 and GNMT up to 4X faster than Titan Xp. And RAPIDS trains models up to 3X faster than CPUs. Built with multi-precision Turing Tensor Cores, TITAN RTX delivers breakthrough performance from FP32, FP16, INT8, and INT4, allowing faster training and inferencing of neural networks. Equipped with twice the memory capacity of previous-generation TITAN GPUs and NVIDIA NVLink™, TITAN RTX enables researchers and data scientists to experiment with larger neural networks and datasets than ever before, all on GPU memory.