New Nvidia Titan XP Star Wars Red & Blue Editions Launched

Now, PC gamers can go for the new Nvidia Titan XP Star Wars special edition GPUs which are available in Red and Blue to represent the Galactic Empire and the Jedi Order.

The situation is bit strange as AMD and Intel are partnering whereas Nvidia, the green side of the graphics card unit has launched a Red colored GPU which is not their usual move. However, for Star Wars fanatics, this is going to be an absolute treat packed into the most powerful card of all time.

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The Titan XP is the top of the line model and has been meticulously designed. The Jedi Order Star Wars Edition features a battle-worn finish made with aluminum materials and uses a powerful green emitting the colors from Luke Skywalker’s light saber.

On the other end, the Galactic Empire edition is crystal clear and is well-built representing the powerful empire they are with a strong Red colored tone to it. The retail boxed editions are equally different as they come in white and black boxes representing good and evil.

Based on Nvidia’s Pascal technology, the Titan XP GPU has 3,840 CUDA cores clocked at 1.6 GHZ and 12 GB of GDDR5X memory rendering power up to 11.4Gbps. That’s definitely double the power of the Xbox One X console but definitely the pricing is going to be way high than $500 as retailers will sell this special edition model at $1,200 each.

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