ASUS GeForce GTX Titan Has The Same Clocks As GTX 690 and 512-bit interface?

Published: Feb 10th 2013, 13:04 GMT

ASUS GeForce GTX Titan Austing Listing


Please refer to the latest post for more updated news.

If you were concerned about a slow GeForce GTX Titan clock from earlier reports, then we have great news for you. An Australian shop has just revealed the final clocks of the GTX Titan.

An ASUS model, which is purportedly a reference one, will receive the same clocks as GeForce GTX 690. That is: 915 MHz base clock, 1019 MHz boost clock and 6008 MHz effective memory clock. This ends the discussion about the very slow core clock (732 MHz), which was mentioned by SweClockers two weeks ago. In my previous post, you can read about all previous rumors, some of them were not true, so I strongly recommend taking all the info about Titan with a grain of salt, including this very post too. This source however, is straight from retailer, a third one to be exact. So this is quite possibly the most accurate leak we can expect from an unofficial source before the launch. What this new source also reveals is that the GTX Titan will also feature a GPU Boost technology, probably the most recognized technology from Kepler architecture (confirming Keith’s prediction of Titan also featuring NVIDIA Boost Technology).

512-bit memory interface?

It’s worth noting, that the listing mentions a 512-bit memory interface. I cannot say why it’s wider, than said before, it may be just a typo. Or this can be a new leak, which would explain extraordinary performance of this card.

GeForce GTX TitanGeForce GTX 690GeForce GTX 680Radeon HD 7970 GE
GPUGK1102x GK104GK104Tahiti XT2
Processing Units2688 307215362048
Base Clock915 MHz915 MHz1006 MHz1000 MHz
Boost Clock1019 MHz1019 MHz1058 MHz1050 MHz
Memory Clock1502 MHz1502 MHz1502 MHz1500 MHz
Effective Memory Clock6008 MHz6008 MHz6008 MHz6000 MHz
Memory Size6 GB4 GB2 GB / 4GB3 GB / 6 GB
Memory Interface384-bit or 512-bit2 x 256-bit (512-bit)256-bit384-bit
Memory Bandwidth288 GB/s or
384 GB/s
384 GB/s192 GB/s288 GB/s
Power Connectors6 + 8-pin or
8 + 8-pin
8 + 8-pin6 + 6-pin6 + 8-pin
Power Draw250 W300 W195 W250 W

What’s more, this listing also gives us confirmation that the GTX Titan will feature: two Dual-DVI’s and one mini-DisplayPort (it does not say it has a HDMI output). If you are one of those lucky guys living in Australia, then you should prepare to spend AUD 1599 for this purchase!

Many thanks to Skr13 for a tip
Previous listings:

New ASUS GeForce GTX Titan Listing

ASUS GeForce GTX Titan

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