The force is strong with this collector's edition of Nvidia's fastest consumer graphics card, which combines the power of the RTX 2080 with Star Wars themes and a premium case.
The Star Wars TITAN Xp, which is being sold in both Dark Side and Jedi Order versions, uses Nvidia's fastest Pascal GP102 GPU tied to 12GB of GDDR5X memory. It can easily handle high-definition gaming at 4K resolution with most settings cranked up. It also has enough headroom to run some incredibly demanding games at around 90 frames per second on average.
In the highly demanding Rise of the Tomb Raider, for example, it beats the GTX 1080 by 20.2 percent at 1080p with all the graphics bells and whistles turned on. In our other graphically demanding tests, including Metro Last Light, Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor, and Unigine Valley, the Ti beats the 1080 by 35.7 percent at 1440p. That's close to Nvidia's claims of a 35-percent performance boost over the 1080.
However, the GTX 1080 Ti is facing stiff competition from AMD's upcoming Vega Performance chips. The company's upcoming Ryzen 5 700 series processors are expected to deliver roughly the same performance as the 1080 Ti in games like Ghost Recon Wildlands, Hitman 2, and PUBG at 1440p with all settings dialed up to 'high' quality.