It’s that time again. NVIDIA has raised the bar and announced what is now the fastest video card in the consumer market. Introduced at Computex 2014, the GeForce GTX TITAN Z smashes together two GK110 GTX TITAN Black GPUs for some serious polygon pushing power. The guys in green boast that this newest card will be able to power games at resolutions of 3840×2160 without blushing.
The GeForce GTX TITAN Z achieves this using 12 GB of 7 Gbps video memory, a 12 phase power supply with dynamic power balancing, full speed double precision support, and 5,760 CUDA Cores. This is super computer power, compressed and sitting in your PCIe slot.
Pricing is expected to start at $2,999, and the card is available today from many of your favourite video card builders. Stay tuned to Futurelooks for more from Computex 2014.
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We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of GeForce GTX TITAN Z.
GTX TITAN Z is the fastest and most advanced graphics card we’ve ever made. A technical masterpiece, designed from top to bottom for record breaking performance, the innovatively-designed GTX TITAN Z has 12 GB of 7 Gbps video memory, a 12 phase power supply with dynamic power balancing, full speed double precision support, 5,760 CUDA Cores, and two GK110 GTX TITAN Black GPUs to power 3840×2160 resolutions.
Due to the unrivaled power efficiency of our Kepler architecture, GTX TITAN Z is able to deliver ultimate performance in a simple and convenient air cooled solution.
The double-precision computational power of multiple GTX TITAN Z-accelerated systems now eclipses that of multi-million dollar supercomputers, while using a fraction of the power, and a fraction of the space. So, for researchers, scientists and other CUDA developers, GTX TITAN Z delivers unparalleled double-precision computational performance in a PC chassis that can fit under your desk.
GTX TITAN Z is available today from leading system builders and add-in card partners. Availability and partners will vary by region. Pricing is expected to start at $2,999.