Most of the top SKUs in NVIDIA’s RTX 2000 series of cards are out with their announcement at GAMESCOM 2018. What remained was the flagship TITAN card and the mid-range 2060 and 2050 graphics cards. Most of us expected the TITAN RTX to be unveiled at CES but NVIDIA decided to make good of the hype-vacuum and unveil the TITAN RTX today. Like previous TITAN cards, the TITAN RTX is aimed at workstation loads but it’s very likely that we will see it on gaming rigs in the coming months. The only thing holding people back is the $2,500 price tag which is, surprisingly, lower than the previous TITAN V’s price tag of $2,999. Let’s take a look at the specifications.
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