Official GeForce Titan pictures now available

The widely rumored GeForce Titan has finally made an official appearance – this time in the form of pictures that clearly show how the card looks like and what it comes with.

As expected the hardware specs have not changed – you still get a single-GPU GK110-based graphics card with 2688 stream processors, 224 texture units, 48 ROPs and 6 GB of GDDR5 memory accessed over a 384-bit bus. The GK110 core runs at 837 MHz (878 MHz with Turbo Boost) and the memory runs at 6008 MHz. The TDP of the GeForce Titan reaches 250W.

The card also offers one 6-pin and one 8-pin connectors for additional power, a dual-slot cooling system with a single fan, a huge aluminum heatsink – all wrapped in a plastic chassis. Connectivity is provided by two Dual-Link DVI outputs as well as one HDMI and one DisplayPort outputs.

The GeForce Titan is expected to nearly match the performance of the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690; at the same time the newcomer will be about 60 per cent faster than the single-GPU GeForce GTX 680 graphics card.

(pictures courtesy of Egypthardware.com)


Source: Egypthardware.com

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