Nvidia’s flagship card has just been released and packing 6gbs of GDDR5 memory and almost 2700 CUDA cores, this card means business.
Last week Nvidia released there new GeForce card code named Titan. The Gtx Titan was a huge relief after the GTX 680 proved to be behind AMD’s 7970. First let’s get down to the looks:
The card looks very similar to the GTX 690 with the same sort of colour as well as the single noise dampening fan. This card also has a small window through which you can see the cooler.
Next let’s speak a little more in detail about the card. First of all you can play pretty much any game ever on this card. With 6GBs of GDDR5 memory this card is insane. The card supports 3 monitors in Nvidia Surround and it also supports one auxiliary display. Plus you can add even more displays when you put this card in SLI. Nvidia boasts that by putting this card in triple or even quadruple SLI you can have your very own super computer. But can it run Crysis? Well yes, this card can run Crysis over 3 screens at 5760x1080p on max settings. Also this card comes gampacked with GPU boost 2.0. What does this do? Well basically this is like an overclock. The card will boost itself to higher voltages and therefor better performance. This is an improvement over GPU Boost 1.0 but it is still not as good as a manual overclock. The card also comes with Nvidia’s Keplar GPU architecture to give you maximum performance per watt.
This is a rather short post just outlining the features but you can expect a full review when companies such as ASUS, GIGABYTE and EVGA release there versions.