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Submitted by whatswithjeff 927d ago | news

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Unleashed! See Details and Benchmarks Here

whatswithjeff.com: "NVIDIA‘s flagship graphics card for 2013 has finally been revealed, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan, based on Nvidia’s GK110 GPU. The GTX Titan sports 2688 CUDA cores with 12 SMX clusters, and has a clock speeds of 837Mhz, with 376 boost clock speeds. It has 6GB of GDDR5 clocked at 6000MHz with a 384-bit memory interface. It can perform 4,500 Gigaflops of performance with 7.1 Billion transistors. This card sure is a monster and it is expected to perform faster than the GTX 680, and might be on par with GTX 690 dual GPU graphics card. See more details below." (NVIDIA, PC hardware)

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justinbkerr  +   927d ago
Do want.
mushroomwig  +   927d ago
This things seems completely unnecessary.
whatswithjeff  +   927d ago
For some they might, but for PC gamers and die hard PC enthusiasts, yes they are. ^_^
But it's just too expensive right now =(
mushroomwig  +   927d ago
Really? I'm a PC gamer and I certainly don't need a card with 6GB RAM.
Bimkoblerutso  +   926d ago
There are better alternatives for folks at the current price point. As a single card, the Titan is undeniably the fastest and most power efficient card out at this point, but a couple of crossfire 7970's are actually going to perform better than a single Titan for about 200 bucks less.
vulcanproject  +   927d ago
Don't stand in the way of progress.

18 months from now everyone will be buying Titan level performance cards in the mainstream. This is step one for the next level of performance, as always.

New consoles also ensure that the fidelity of games takes a jump as devs aim a lot higher.
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ylwzx3  +   926d ago
These advancements lead to what ends up in your consoles.
Software_Lover  +   927d ago
Meh, My 7950 handles all of my games fine right now at 1200p.
newsguy  +   927d ago
impressive that a single GPU card can rival a 690
Eyesoftheraven  +   926d ago
Impressive and exciting, but also the nature of the beast and nothing new. Both the 7970 and 680 at stock speeds are at least always neck-and-neck with the 6970 or 590 duel GPUs. Just like the future single GTX880 will be neck and neck or just behind the future GTX790 dual GPU.
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Whitey2k  +   927d ago
can any1 tell me if this card is compatible with pci express 2.0?
Software_Lover  +   926d ago
NO!!!

They are not.
Sarcasm  +   926d ago
Stop giving misinformation, yes it is compatible with PCIe 2.0
Mr-SellJack  +   926d ago
completely useless and a waste to buy now

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