Thanks to multiple leaks, we knew that ASUS is preparing a Titan-based graphics card. Today the company has finally added this card to its lineup. Fortunately, or not, it’s only a reference model.
The ASUS GTX Titan does have a boost clock. Because of that it offers two default clocks of 837/876 MHz, using GPU Boost 2.0. The memory is clocked at 6 GHz, which along with a 384-bit interface gives 288 GB/s of available bandwidth. The card is equipped with the latest addition to the consumer market — Kepler GK110 GPU. Interestingly ASUS is the only manufacturer to claim that their Titan may consume up to 300 Watts of power (250W is default). The company may introduce a custom model too, but so far only the GTXTITAN-6GD5 was added to the site. According to Newegg, the ASUS GTX Titan won’t be available any sooner than March 21st. The MSRP is $999 and you can already pre-order it.
ASUS GTX TITAN: Built to Power the World’s First Gaming Supercomputers
- The world’s fastest graphics card with GTX TITAN GPU and beefy 6GB GDDR5 memory
- GPU Tweak utility helps you modify and tune clocks (including new boost clock settings), power consumption targets, voltages, and fan performance via an intuitive interface
- Dynamic clock speed maximization based on game workload pushes performance to new levels with NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology
- Immerse in your game with hardware-based frame metering, ultra-fast TXAA/FXAA advanced antialiasing, and Adaptive Vertical Sync technology
- Transform hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D with NVIDIA 3D Vision
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