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Old 25-03-14, 05:11 PM
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Geforce GTX Titan Z, a dual Titan Black Monster

Unlike recent rumors, Nvidia's Dual GPU card this generation will not be a featuring two cut down Titan's like previously thought but a fully fledged Dual Titan black Monstrosity.



This card will feature 5,760 CUDA cores, 12GB of vram with a total computing power of a staggering 8 Teraflops.

This GPU easily destroys everything else out there, but it comes at a price. This card will retail at $2999, a truly mind-blowing price for this performance king.

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If you’re in desperate need of a supercomputer that you need to fit under your desk, we have just the card for you
One other thing that is new with this card, unlike previous dual-GPU cards, is how the Titan Z's twin GPUs operate at the same clock speed at all times, unlike cards in SLI which can operate at different frequencies depending on load and temperature, this will prevent either of the GPU cores form becoming a performance bottleneck.



Nvidia claim that this MEGA performer will be is delivered in a card that is cool and quiet, rather than hot and loud.

Nvidia said that they use Low-profile components and ducted baseplate channels in order to minimize turbulence and improve acoustic quality.

If you want to build the ultimate ultra-high definition gaming rig that can harness the power two Titans in tandem and can afford the eye-watering price of $2999 , TITAN Z is the perfect graphics card for you, if not well... we can dream can't we?

Update - Announcement Video and Release date



The GTX Titan Z is set to arrive in early April, so those looking for the Ultimate in Gaming performance, as Nvidia calls it, prepare for your Bank account to take a big hit.

AMD are going to have a tough time beating this card, especially if it is cool and quiet as Nvidia advertise.

Please post your thoughts and feeling below and thanks for reading.

Source - Nvidia, Nvidia Blog

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Old 25-03-14, 05:22 PM
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Nice 690 cooler you got there. TBH I was expecting a 780 based one not a titan. That price is daft although that does mean that you can have itx supercomputers. yum.
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Old 25-03-14, 05:27 PM
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Wholly mother . . . that's more than both my computers right now. Wonder if they are trying to get to the AMD Fire-pro or even eroding on the Quatro series GPU lines.

Only if I win the lotto.

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i seriously laughed while watching that moment on stream
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dat price tag :O

imagine if they added two little fans on either side of the 690 based cooler.
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on a side note, the word supercomputer is seriously overused in that conference
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Can you SLI 2 or more of them? !
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on a side note, the word supercomputer is seriously overused in that conference
Yeah it is, it would make a great/terrible drinking game

Drink every time Nvidia says Supercomputer!!!

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Can you SLI 2 or more of them? !
Yes you can SLI two of these beasts
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