And because these are powerful Titan Xp graphics cards, they're going to come at a heavy price. For instance, the "New Jedi Order" edition has a glowing bright green light meant to be reminiscent of Luke Skywalker's famous lightsaber.
While we expected the GPU to be a fresh new launch for CES 2018, in reality they're a reskin coming just in time for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Meanwhile, the Titan Xp Jedi Order will have green lighting and an aluminum cooler shroud subjected to a corrosive salt spray to look like worn and torn weapons of the Jedis. While the Galactic Empire GPU features simple, clean lines, emulating the high-end, orderly nature of the resource-rich Empire. They're actually a bargain for what you get at just $1m200 (£915), and thankfully there's no mark up compared to the regular editions - and we've got a lot of respect for Nvidia for that.
Which side do you choose?
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Preorders open tomorrow (8 November) at 2m United Kingdom time and are limited to one per person. The cards will then go on general sale from 17th November, priced at $1,200.00 United States dollars - exactly the same as the standard model, just looking a lot more fancy.
In partnership with Lucasfilm, Nvidia has created two new Star Wars Collector's Edition GPUs that pay homage to the popular franchise. That combines for a total of 12 teraflops of power, NVIDIA says. Of course this will also cost you, the cards are priced at $1,200, and each edition also includes a collectible electroformed metal badge containing the insignia of their preferred alliance.