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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition Specs Confirmed – Release Date February 18

Just recently, the final and confirmed specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Black Edition has been revealed, thanks to VideoCardz. The GTX Titan Black Edition is powered by a GK11-430 chip featuring 2880 CUDA Cores, 48 ROPs and 240 TMUs. It has a base clock speed of 890MHz and boost clock speed of 980MHz, which is higher than the GTX 780 Ti and the previous GTX Titan. Check out the rest of its specifications below.

nvidia geforce gtx titan black edition specifications

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition Specifications

Aside from the clock speeds and number of shaders mentioned above, the new GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition will sport 6GB GDDR5 memory with a clock speed of 7,008MHz effective, in a 384-bit memory interface. The GTX Titan Black Edition will be definitely faster than the previous Titan, 15% according to NVIDIA, but with regards to the performance difference between the GTX Titan Black Edition vs GTX 780 Ti, we will find out that soon once real world benchmarks surfaces from reviews. It is also reported that the GTX Titan Black Edition have an almost exactly the same PCB as with the GTX 780 Ti.

nvidia geforce gtx titan black edition price and release date

SpecificationsGTX TITAN Black EditionGTX TITANGTX 780 TI
GPUGK110-430GK110-400GK110-425
Base Clock890 MHz836 MHz875 MHz
Boost Clock980 MHz876 MHz928 MHz
Memory Clock7008 MHz6008 MHz7008 MHz
CUDA Cores288026882880
TMUs240224240
ROPs484848
Memory6GB GDDR56GB GDDR53GB GDDR5
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit384-bit
Single Prevision5.1 TFLOPS4.5 TFLOPS5.0 TFLOPS
Double Precision1.7 TFLOPS (?)1.5 TFLOPS0.2 TFLOPS
TDP250W250W250W
Power Connectors6pin + 8pin6pin + 8pin6pin + 8pin

Price and Availability

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition is said to go on sale quietly starting next week. MSRP is currently undetermined, but reports says that it will replace the previous GTX Titan and will probably have an SRP around $999 USD. It won’t be long until other graphics card manufacturers will also announce their own GTX Titan Black Edition with non-reference cooler.

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I love computers since I was a kid. I’m always fascinated with new technology, especially in the PC world. Many years ago, I was curious if the reviews I read were true and real. So, why not test them myself and share my first-hand experience? And thus, here we are. Thanks for reading!

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