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The GeForce GTX Titan sports a GK110 GPU chip with a core configuration that consists of 2688 SPUs, 224 TAUs and 48 ROPs. The card's memory subsystem consists of six 64-bit memory controllers (384-bit) with 6GB of GDDR5 memory running at 6008MHz, which works out to a peak bandwidth of 288.4GB/s
The best single-GPU performance money can buy.
Excellent power consumption.
Clever power and heat management system.
6GB of GDDR5.
At $999, only a small number of people can afford one.
Some older dual-GPU cards have it beat.
By TechSpot on March 07, 2013
We think the point is to get at least two, if not three, for playing games at extreme resolutions well beyond 2560x1600. When you get right down to it, this is a card for the same folks who buy Intel's Extreme Edition chips, except they're actually getting something special here.
By Vortez on April 14, 2013
Firstly, let's discuss the TITAN's main stumbling block - the price. £800-£1000 could buy you a lot of things, not least a very powerful PC capable of playing all the modern games at a decent resolution so why would you want to spend...
By EuroGamer on March 17, 2013
It's difficult to make a case for actually buying it unless money is no object, but the fact that it exists at all is somehow quite wonderful.
By X-bit Labs on March 13, 2013
Our impressions about the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan are rather ambiguous. On one hand, it is undoubtedly the fastest single-GPU graphics card available today. Its power consumption isn’t much higher compared to earlier flagship products from both...
By Expert Reviews on March 06, 2013
An incredibly powerful single-GPU graphics card that’ll run any game, even in Surround mode, but it’ll be too expensive for most people...
By uk.hardware.info on March 02, 2013
Nvidia claimed that the GTX Titan could handle SLI up to three cards, but we proved that 4-way SLI runs fine as well. We do understand why Nvidia doesn't officially support 4-way SLI, because in several games four cards had worse performance than...
By uk.hardware.info on March 01, 2013
and SLI preview The Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan truly lives up to its name. Nvidia almost equalled the performance of its fastest dual-GPU card with a single GPU. If we left the Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 and AMD Radeon HD 7990 out of the charts, there would...
By eTeknix on February 28, 2013
NVIDIA are back on the top spot with the most POWERFUL single GPU card on the market and given that AMD are not releasing any more cards for the rest of this year to take it on, NVIDIA’s GTX Titan is one super graphics card for supercomputer gaming.
By DigitalVersus on February 28, 2013
This graphics card is titanic, in every sense of the term: super high performance, low noise levels and quality manufacturing. It's practically a luxury product, all the way down to the...
By itproportal.com on February 23, 2013
So, the big question is, should you scamper out and buy a Titan? There’s no straightforward answer here, though. The GTX Titan's price/performance ratio isn't as good as that of the GTX 680; it offers 35 per cent to 50 per cent improved...
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