Embrace the GeForce with Star Wars Themed Titan XP Graphics Cards

Star Wars Titan XP

NVIDIA has announced a new collectors edition Titan XP graphics cards. The cards are Star Wars themed, the Light Side that glows green and the Dark Side which glows red. Both cards have special graphics in addition to the themed lighting.

Star Wars Titan XP

Aside from the color schemes the cards themselves are identical to the standard Titan XP cards running at 1.6GHz, and 12GB of GDDR5X. NVIDIA designed the cards with windowed areas that mimic lightsaber designs. Obviously to get the most from these cards you will need a PC with a clear side panel to show them off.

While the cards themselves don’t offer any special functionality they will be a nice treat for Star Wars fans looking to upgrade their PC gaming experience. The new Star Wars themed Titan XP will be available on November 17th; coincidentally the same day that Star Wars Battlefront 2 is released. GeForce Experience users can preorder either card right now for a very pricey $1,200. Each card comes with a collectible metal badge containing either a Jedi or Sith insignia depending on which card you choose.

 

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