NVIDIA debuts GeForce GTX Titan Z dual-GPU card

NVIDIA debuts GeForce GTX Titan Z dual-GPU card

NVIDIA has thrown DA BOMB at the ongoing GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2014 by releasing nothing else but a new dual-GPU graphics card known as GeForce GTX Titan Z.

The novelty comes with two GK110 graphics cores with each one of them coming with the full count of 2880 stream processors. This means that the GTX Titan Z has a total of 5760 CUDA cores. This makes the GTX Titan Z the most powerful 3D card on the market nowadays. It comes with 12 GB of GDDR5 memory and reaches 8 TFLOPS of power. Unfortunately the clock speeds of the memory and the GPUs were not revealed but we are sure they are impressive too. In addition the card comes with power saving features which might explain the single fan cooling solution on the GTX Titan Z – another feat by NVIDIA.

The GTX Titan Z is one powerful video card for sure and everything seems sweet as sugar but there’s one problem. We are sure you know what it is – pricing. The latest NVIDIA product will sell for no less than USD 3000. In addition the US company is likely to produce a limited number of GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics cards so if you want one and you can pay for it, then start looking for one now.

Source: NVIDIA

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