I'm just wanting to know how I can utilize the full power of a GeForce GTX Titan X for digital content creation such as 3ds Max. Like figuring out how to use the 12GB of VRAM and the fully unlocked GM200 architecture to fully accelerate my particular workflow especially rendering my projects in a timely manner while maintaining a high quality standard. Last semester I knew for me could have been better if the school computers had much beefier GPU's and I had my own computer of similar strength.
The first and foremost reason why I am considering a Titan X is so I am able to create 3D models and scenes of my wildest dreams, but can't since I am severely limited on power and the fact that the laptop I commonly use would, die. Again, being able to use the entirety of the Titan X like you would with the M6000 or the K6000 in 3ds Max.
Please no 980 Ti suggestions. I have seen more than enough of it.
Since I don´t create 3D content I can´t tell, all I do is benchmarking, compressing and video editing. But I did some research and came up with this thread from Tom´s Hardware. The last answer seems to be a guy that uses it professionally, so that might help you.