NVIDIA finally launches GeForce GTX TITAN Z

Published: 28th May 2014, 13:36 GMT

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It took longer than we originally thought, but it’s finally here. GeForce GTX TITAN Z has been officially released by NVIDIA.

GeForce GTX TITAN is a dual-GPU graphics card based on GK110 architecture. It has 5760 CUDA cores, 480 Texture Mapping Units and 96 Raster Operating Units. We have a total of 12 GB GDDR5 memory across 384-bit interface per GPU.

TITAN Z is clocked at 705/876 MHz, meaning there’s a 170 MHz difference between base and boost clock. Memory is running at 7 GHz, which results in a bandwidth of 672 GB/s.

According to NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z supports DirectX 12, however it’s just a feature set from 11.0.

Card is triple-slot with a single fan in the center. Card measures 4.38 x 10.5 inches, which is a standard size for all high-end GeForce models.

TITAN Z draws power through two 8-pin power connectors. Thermal Design Power has been measured at 375W, which is much less than Radeon R9 295X2 — 500W.

NVIDIA did not change its mind in terms of pricing. Company still asks $3000 for this computing monster.

Summer 2014 High-End GPU Segment
GeForce GTX
TITAN Z
GeForce
GTX 780 Ti
AMD Radeon
R9 295 X2
AMD Radeon
R9 290X
GPU CodenameVesuvius
GPU Model2x GK110GK110-4252x Hawaii XTHawaii XT
Unified Cores2x 2880 (5760)28802x 2816 (5632)2816
TMUs2x 240 (480)2402x 176 (352)176
ROPs2x 48 (96)482x 64 (128)64
Base Clock705 MHz
875 MHz1018 MHz1000 MHz
Boost Clock876 MHz
928 MHz
Memory Clock7000 MHz
7000 MHz5000 MHz5000 MHz
Memory2x 6GB (12GB)30722x 4GB (8GB)4GB
Memory Bus2x 384b384b2x 512b512b
Power Connectors8pin + 8pin8pin + 6pin8pin + 8pin8pin + 6pin
TDP375W250W500W250W
Launch DateMay 28th, 2014Nov 7th, 2013Apr 8th, 2014Oct 24th, 2013
MSRP$2999$699$1499$549

Here’s a video review from Digital Storm.

GEFORCE GTX TITAN Z (1)

TITAN Z 3slot BRACKET  NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z PCB


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