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The $1000 Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan is here

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Feb 2013 11:18 User comments (3)

The $1000 Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan is here Nvidia's mega-gaming GPU, the Titan, is here.
The processor maker has announced its GeForce GTX Titan, a $1000 beast ready for shipping next week.

Titans feature 2,688 CUDA cores at 837MHz, 6GB of GDDR5 memory and 384-bits of memory bandwidth which allows for high-resolution gaming across multiple monitors with no issue.

Furthermore, the Titan is 3-way SLI capable, in case you have $3000 laying around.

The Titan has "fan control that includes voltage and RPM," and a TDP rating of 250w.



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3 user comments

119.2.2013 11:43

This just in...Next week Nvidia will be introducing the Titan junior for a mere $650. It will offer near the same performance, but will be geared toward the budget conscious.

219.2.2013 13:01

Still will have troubles with Crisys 3. LOL.

319.2.2013 14:06

Originally posted by molsen:
Still will have troubles with Crisys 3. LOL.
Doubt that, Crysis 2 works fine on a mediocre set up, and Crysis 3 isn't that much heavier.

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