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|
GTX 780 Ti
R9 295 X2
|GPU Model||2x GK110||GK110-425||2x Hawaii XT||Hawaii XT|
|Unified Cores||2x 2880 (5760)||2880||2x 2816 (5632)||2816|
|TMUs||2x 240 (480)||240||2x 176 (352)||176|
|ROPs||2x 48 (96)||48||2x 64 (128)||64|
|Base Clock||705 MHz||875 MHz||1018 MHz||1000 MHz|
|Boost Clock||876 MHz||928 MHz||–||–|
|Memory Clock||7000 MHz||7000 MHz||5000 MHz||5000 MHz|
|Memory||2x 6GB (12GB)||3072||2x 4GB (8GB)||4GB|
|Memory Bus||2x 384b||384b||2x 512b||512b|
|Power Connectors||8pin + 8pin||8pin + 6pin||8pin + 8pin||8pin + 6pin|
|Launch Date||May 28th, 2014||Nov 7th, 2013||Apr 8th, 2014||Oct 24th, 2013|
Here’s a video review from Digital Storm.