10 Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Video Cards Preview
Posted on: 02/19/2013 09:28 PM

Here a roundup of the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan previews from Ninjalane, Legit Reviews, HotHardware, Hardware Canucks, Techgage, The Guru of 3D, OCC, PC Perspective, HardwareHeaven, and Tom's Hardware

Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Video Card Preview @ Ninjalane
GTX 680 isn't boss enough for you? Check out the Titan. One of the biggest Kepler based projects was the building of the Titan Supercomputer with 18,688 Nvidia Tesla K20X GPUs. It only seemed fitting to bring all of that processing power to the desktop.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Video Card Preview @ Legit Reviews
NVIDIA today announced the company's flagship single-GPU video card that many of you already know about, the GeForce GTX Titan! The GeForce GTX Titan is powered by NVIDIA's GK110 'Kepler' GPU, which has yet to be used on a desktop gaming graphics card. Read on to find out more about NVIDIA's new flagship single-GPU video card!

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Powered Maingear SHIFT @ HotHardware.com
NVIDIA is launching a new, ultra high-end graphics card today, the long rumored GeForce GTX Titan. Although the card itself and a couple of its features are new to the consumer graphics card market, many details of the GPU powering the GTX Titan, namely the NVIDIA GK110, have been previously covered here. In fact, NVIDIA revealed the GK110 at GTC 2012 in May of last year and released its first Tesla-branded products based on the GPU a few months later. The GK110 is also a key component of the GeForce GTX Titan's namesake, the Titan Supercomputer, which uses almost 19,000 of the GPUs in tandem to crunch numbers at a brisk 20 petaflops. Products designed for the HPC space are somewhat different than what power our gaming PCs though. The GPUs on the cards may be similar, but the power, form factor and budget considerations are in totally different leagues..

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN; GK110’s Opening Act @ Hardware Canucks
NVIDIA's GK110 has finally made its way into the GeForce lineup with a graphics card aptly named "TITAN". In this first look, we delve into the TITAN's architecture, features and specification to set the stage for our upcoming review of NVIDIA's new $1000 monster.

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Gaming and Supercomputing Collide: NVIDIA Announces GeForce Titan @ Techgage
Hi all: We've posted a look at NVIDIA's GeForce Titan, sans performance.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan preview @ Guru3D
NVIDIA today announces the GeForce GTX Titan, read carefully ANNOUNCES. In this article we preview the GeForce GTX Titan technology. The GeForce GTX Titan is NVIDIA's fastest single GPU based graphics card they have ever built. It is based on the GK110 GPU with 7.1 Billion transistors and as such is nearly as fast as one GeForce GTX 690 with two GTX 680 GPUs. Later on Thursday we may uncover the performance and we'll do just that with three cards and three monitors. But for now, have a peek at this technology preview.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Review @ OCC
Architecturally the GTX Titan is using the by now familiar Kepler architecture first shown when the GTX 680 was released just shy of a year ago. This time however, we get the full GK110 version of the silicon. Packed full of 7.1 billion transistors using a 28nm process, the GTX Titan is equipped with five Graphics Processing Clusters, 14 streaming multiprocessors each with 192 CUDA cores (2688 total), a total of 224 texture units, 48 ROPs, and an impressive 6GB frame buffer running through a 6 x 64 (384) bit bus to improve high resolution gaming not just now but into the future. Clock speeds for the GTX Titan are 837MHz on the core with a GPU Boost 2.0 clock of 876MHz as long as the core runs within both temperature and power limits. The 6GB of GDDR5 comes with a 6008MHz (4 x 1502MHz) clock speed for improved memory bandwidth. When you get to the end of the rainbow you are left with the supposed most powerful single GPU card currently in production.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Preview - GK110, GPU Boost 2.0, Overclocking and GPGPU @ PC Perspective
Back in May of 2012 NVIDIA released information on GK110, a new GPU that the company was targeting towards HPC (high performance computing) and the GPGPU markets that are eager for more processing power. Almost immediately the questions began on when we might see the GK110 part make its way to consumers and gamers in addition to finding a home in supercomputers like Cray's Titan system capable of 17.59 Petaflops/s.

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NVIDIA Announce GTX Titan @ HardwareHeaven.com
NVIDIA have today announced their latest graphics card, GTX TITAN. Even though benchmarks are not being officially released today we have one bench for you as a special treat... but first here are the key points on the product specifications.

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Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan 6 GB: GK110 On A Gaming Card @ Tom's Hardware
After almost one year of speculation about a flagship gaming card based on something bigger and more complex than GK104, Nvidia is just about ready with its GeForce GTX Titan, based on GK110. Does this monster make sense, or is it simply too expensive?

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