As the first implementation of "Big Maxwell", the TITAN X Graphics Card from EVGA offers an impressive chipset configuration inclined towards high-resolution gaming and graphics rendering. Hardware wise, this TITAN X chipset features 12GB of GDDR5 vRAM coupled to 3072 CUDA cores clocked at 1000 MHz with a 384-bit interface for a 336.5 GB/s memory bandwidth. The CUDA cores are arranged using NVIDIA's Maxwell architecture, allowing the GPU to operate using less power while generating less heat than the previous generation Kepler architecture. Operating at full tilt during intense gaming sequences, the card will only draw a maximum of 250 watts of power.
The front panel of the card features a variety of outputs. There are three DisplayPort outputs in addition to an HDMI output and a DVI output. 4K resolution can be output through the TITAN X's DisplayPort and HDMI terminals. Even if the card is connected to a lower resolution display, the TITAN X can use technologies like DSR and MFAA to leverage the extra resolution for a higher quality image. The TITAN X is not just about high-resolution gaming. Computationally intensive programs can utilize the GPU's 3072 cores to accelerate tasks using CUDA or other APIs.
For cooling, EVGA implemented NVIDIA's blower-style cooler. This cooler uses a radial fan to force air through the card's heatsink and out of the case through the front of the card. This cooling configuration is good for SLI or other configurations where space between computer components can be a concern.
Note: The benefits of SLI will vary based on component configuration.