Recently, one of the users of Reddit accidentally Engineering sample Graphics card Seven years ago, Nvidia produced the GeForce GTX Titan X, which is considered one of the best cards in the past. While it is common to find engineered examples of Intel and AMD processors on the second-hand market, this is not the case for Nvidia GPUs, and it is rare to see a second-hand Titan series card for sale.
The GeForce GTX Titan X engineering sample has all the major specifications of the original card found at retail, with the only difference appearing to be the display output and higher frequency of 13 MHz. While the original version has one DVI port, one HDMI 2.0 port and three DisplayPort 1.4a outputs, the engineered or ES version comes with just one HDMI 2.0 port and another DisplayPort port.
The lack of display output ports initially led a Reddit user to believe that he had purchased a fake version of the Titan graphics card, however, a representative on the Nvidia forum explained that this graphics card is an engineered sample according to the part number 699. . The representative went on to admit that he has no idea where these cards came from, but he did confirm that Nvidia sometimes sends engineered cards to its business partners, and unfortunately, for whatever reason, these GPUs end up on the market.
First introduced in 2015, the GeForce GTX Titan X uses the GM200 Maxwell architecture with support for 8 billion transistors. TSMC produced this GPU for Nvidia on 28nm nodes at the time.
This GPU still has 3,072 CUDA cores running at 1000 MHz in the engineered version. 12 GB of GDDR5 memory with a speed of 7 Gbit/s is also one of the other features of this card, and it is no different in this regard from the original version.
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