NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Packs 6GB of Memory, Has TDP of 235W?

Published: 4th Feb 2013, 11:35 GMT

GeForce GTX Titan

That’s right, we are still in the rumor stage, so please consider this information with a grain of salt. The hype around the new flagship model from NVIDIA is still spinning around at full speed. The GeForce GTX Titan, as it’s now called, would arrive later this month, apparently with 6GB of memory.

I have been reading a lot of news these days about the card called Titan. The speculation was so varied on so many websites that it was hard to determine what was the most probably specifications of this model. SweClockers are posting about this story almost on a daily basis. Today they confirmed that the card would arrive with 6GB of memory, there is no confirmation for other specs so far. What we know for sure though, is that it packs some iteration of the GK110 GPU, only with one SMX disabled. So once again, it would arrive with 2688 CUDA cores, 384-bit interface and now 6GB of memory. That’s a beast if these specs are valid.

The site Rage3D brings more light to the story. As their news editor revealed, the card is already being tested by PC Perspective and TechReport. Others probably are not so eager to share this information, because this would confirm the existence of the GTX Titan which has not yet been officially announced by NVIDIA. What he also said is that the card might have a TDP of 235W, which is considered rather low for such specifications. So as he further adds, this number might rise up to 300W (keep in mind the insanely power hungry GTX 480 has a TDP of 250W).

Caveman-jim:

235W I heard but it might be 300W.
PC Perspective and TechReport have them in hand for testing now. Others may too, but not me.

Nevertheless, if any benchmarks get leaked, make sure to check VideoCardz, because we will be one of the firsts to post them.

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Thanks to Skr13 for a tip :)


by WhyCry

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