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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition Unleashed – Features Full Double Precision Performance for $999

NVIDIA has officially unleashed the second generation NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition featuring a 28nm GK110 core silicon with full double precision floating point GPGPU performance and promises to be faster than the GTX 780 Ti. It features a full 2,880 CUDA cores with 48 ROPs, 240 TMUs and 6GB of GDDR5 memory in a 384-bit memory interface. Check out the rest of its features and full specifications below.

UPDATE: Added price and where to buy below.

The first GeForce GTX Titan was released last year in the same month, and was the fastest single chip graphics card back then. Despite the high price of the super computer GTX Titan, it was still a more popular choice compared to the GTX 690. Unfortunately it’s reign did not last, as the more cheaper and faster GTX 780 Ti surface and replaced its throne.

Now the Titan is back with its second generation GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition, offering faster performance than the GTX 780 Ti. It features a full double precision unlock cores with speeds of 5.1 Teraflops single precision and 1.3 Teraflops double precision. The 2,880 CUDA cores has a base clock of 889MHz and a boost clock of 980 MHz, while the 6GB GDDR5 memory has an effective memory clock speed of 7Gbps. It has a thermal design power of 250W and draws its power from a 6pin+8pin power connector.

Like the first generation Titan, it has a suggested retail price of $999 USD. If you look at the performance chart below, its performance is not that far from the GTX 780 Ti, but their price difference is big. This wouldn’t make sense at all for a PC gamer – huge price difference for a little amount of performance gain. Basically, the Titan Black Edition is geared towards developers and content creators, although it can be used for gaming purposes. Meanwhile the GTX 780 Ti, despite being slightly slower than the Titan Black Edition, is still the best choice for gamers.

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The NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan supports the following technologies: 4.3OpenGL, PCI Express 3.0, GPU Boost 2.0, 3D Vision, CUDA, DirectX 11, PhysX, TXAA, Adaptive VSync, FXAA, NVIDIA Surround, SLI-ready, G-SYNC-readySupported Technologies, 3D Vision Ready, 11.2Microsoft DirectX 11.2 API, Blu Ray 3D, 3D Gaming and 3D Vision Live (Photos and Videos)


NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition Specifications

CUDA Cores: 2880
Base Clock (MHz): 889
Boost Clock (MHz): 980
Texture Fill Rate (GigaTexels/sec): 199.1
Memory Clock: 7.0 Gbps
Standard Memory Config: 6144 MB
Memory Interface: GDDR5
Memory Interface Width: 384-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): 336
Multi Monitor: 4 displays
Maximum Digital Resolution: 4096×2160
Maximum VGA Resolution: 2048×1536
Audio Input for HDMI: Internal
Standard Display Connectors: One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One HDMI, One DisplayPort
Dimensions: 10.5″ x 4.376″ x dual slot
Maximum GPU Tempurature: 95 Degrees Celsius
Graphics Card Power: 250W
Minimum System Power Requirement: 600W
Supplementary Power Connectors: 8-pin + one 6-pin

Price and Where to Buy

Below are the first GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition listed online with their prices and where you can buy one.

EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN $1,009.99
EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK Superclocked $1,019.99

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