NVIDIA presents the GeForce GTX TITAN, now with 2,668 GPU cores.
NVIDIA has introduced the GeForce GTX TITAN, powered by the fastest GPU on the planet and designed to unleash the world’s fastest gaming PCs including personal gaming supercomputers and svelte, quiet, small form-factor PCs.
GeForce GTX TITAN is built with the same NVIDIA Kepler architecture that powers Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s newly launched Titan supercomputer, which is number one in the list of the Top500 supercomputers in the world. By harnessing the power of three GeForce GTX TITAN GPUs simultaneously in three-way SLI mode, gamers can max out every visual setting without fear of a meltdown while playing any of the most demanding PC gaming titles.
The GeForce GTX TITAN:
• Contains 7 billion transistors.
• Has 2,668 GPU cores — 75% more than the Company’s NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 GPU.
• Delivers 4.5 Teraflops of single precision and 1.3 Teraflops of double precision
• Supports new GPU Boost 2.0 technology which automatically boosts graphics
performance and supports unlocked voltage and advanced controls for even more
gaming control and overclocking customization.
• Can be combined with additional GTX TITANs in SLI mode for even more performance.
The GeForce GTX TITAN GPU will be available starting on February 25, 2013 from NVIDIA's addin card partners, including ASUS and EVGA in North America, and additional partners, including Colorful, Galaxy, Gigabyte, INNO 3D, MSI, Palit, and Zotac outside the US.
Pricing is expected to start at US$999.