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Submitted by Pain_Killer 522d ago | news

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Pictured – GK110 Finally Arrives to Consumers With a Blasting 6 GB Memory

After probably months of wait, the GK110 chip is finally arriving for the consumers tomorrow with the launch of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan GPU. The GeForce GTX Titan would feature unprecedented power output with the much great power efficiency of NVIDIA’s Kepler architecture. The first pictures have finally arrived by our friends from Chinese Forums and Egypt Hardware so without further ado, i bring to you the glorious and much power single chip GeForce GTX Titan GPU: (PC, Tech)

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Pain_Killer  +   522d ago
The monstrosity, the pixel pushing beast finally arrives to the PC tomorrow!
Crazyglues  +   522d ago
How much is this bad boy going to cost, I got an ATI 6970 and I was thinking of getting the GTX680... -but maybe I should just get this.

Anyone have any idea on the price?
Pain_Killer  +   522d ago
Its going to cost around $800 excluding tax.

That's what the news source quotes. :)
MmaFan-Qc  +   521d ago
f that, im waiting at least 1 more year before upgrading my msi gtx580 lightning.

the prices will drop and i will be happy.
Johnny_Cojones  +   521d ago
$900
Hydrolex  +   521d ago
Faaak Technology ! I just spent 800 on sli 670 gtx
NOOBKILLA  +   522d ago
Damn the pictures of the card are pornographic. Welp I guess it's time to pull out the Visa!! Lol
Sarcasm  +   521d ago
I'm going to buy Four of those and run them in Quad SLI, gotta prepare for Sim City.
chaldo  +   521d ago
I can't wait to buy this tomorrow!
EbeneezerGoode  +   520d ago
You'll probably have to as sales for it aren't apparently going live till the 21st?

I'll be waiting on benchies before I decide
Orpheus  +   522d ago
Metro Last Light, Crysis 3 , RESET , Project CARS
Pain_Killer  +   522d ago
At 4K and beyond!

PC just went beyond Next-Gen itself with the Titan.
sourav93  +   521d ago
I think PCs were already beyond next gen with a GTX 680.
steve30x  +   522d ago
I;m already playing Projecty cars with ultra settings 1080P with over 60FPS woth a GTX680
Si-Fly  +   522d ago
I'm using 680s too but as the AFR workaround isn't ideal for SLI a Titan is going to replace my cards for triple screen pCars :)
steve30x  +   522d ago
SLI isn't ideal at all. I've tried it twice and sometimes you gotta play with SLI settings to get it to work semi properly if theres no Nvidia profile. I had a few games wouldn't work in sli so I had to disable SLI. I much prefer single high end GPU.
fluffydelusions  +   522d ago
next next gen
Kennytaur  +   522d ago
Nope, only an overly expensive way to play current and next gen games. Graphics =/= generation.
meetajhu  +   522d ago
Before the release of Next gen consoles itself this thing is already 10 times more powerful.
Letros  +   522d ago
Yea there was an interesting article about that a few days ago. Titan is the new 8800 GTX

http://www.techpowerup.com/...
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neoandrew  +   521d ago
And 10 times more expensive
RevXM  +   521d ago
Ten times? Come on, be real.
As the ps4 and next xbox isnt revealed yet that is a pretty bold statement to make. Even if we go by the rumored spec... the amd rumors,Titan wouldnt be anywhere near 10 times.
GiantFriendlyCrab  +   522d ago
no pc games utilizes more than 2gb as of today, but by buying this card your are future proofed
Letros  +   522d ago
Multimonitor setups surely do
Sarcasm  +   521d ago
Yes they do, beginning with Crysis 3. I've already hit the 2GB cap allocated on my GTX 680 in the beta. As texture quality and assets go up, so will the need for more VRAM. Although I would say FINALLY.

Also higher resolutions like 2560x1600 and Surround/Eyefinity will benefit from more VRAM.
Erudito87  +   522d ago
im still more than content with my 670
Martywren  +   522d ago
That will give your pc a GIANT ORGASM! D1B for me
sourav93  +   521d ago
Nah, it'll be more like, with the Titan in your hand, you tell your PC "Honey, it's time for some anal".
Im pretty happy with my Gigabyte 670 OC windforce. But damn 6GB of memory. you can get some serious multiscreen performance
jagstar44  +   522d ago
this thing sounds expensive :(
Kennytaur  +   522d ago
Fantastic for multiscreen users looking to future-proof their setup.
chukamachine  +   522d ago
You'll be able to play all your fav games at 64aa with 62af @ 60fps.

I meant crysis.
ATi_Elite  +   521d ago
Yeh but can it run Minecraft?
Anyway I gotta see Ray Tracing Benchmarks for this thing!

Also Titan is still not a really designed to be a Gamers Cards......it's meant to be a consumer friendly AutoCad card.
Scenarist  +   521d ago
well my pathetic card is still hanging in there... maxing out all current games (maybe until i get crysis 3 )

im going to wait until christmas..and see if any news on the second revision .. or next number in the series of this line will be on the radar by then ...

annnnnd hope some games that can push it will be out by then too
MoonWheel  +   521d ago
Powerful, but this card will not be truly utilized for a really long time. Especially when not many people will buy this card and since next gen consoles will be releasing soon.
EbeneezerGoode  +   521d ago
Rendering, Oculus Rift (Virtual Reality - THIS year), Video Work, Development work.. there are many areas this card fits into.

If you only want to play Crysis 3 and BF3 then it MAY be overkill for you.

I'm buying one. Have skipped 5 Nvidia generations waiting for a single GPU card that is good enough for my needs. And only NOW has my 8800gtx (yes THAT old lol) stopped being useful (Crysis 3 won't even run on that)

It is a shame it's a bit pricey but it should be extremely future proof and last upwards of 6 years easily. That makes more sense than buying a NEW £400 GPU every 2 years as some do!

Realistically after Maxwell and then the new arch after that it would probably be time to upgrade again from Titan so 2/3 years still isn't bad if you want 'cutting edge'
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MoonWheel  +   521d ago
Your examples are good reasons to own one now if you want. But like you said if it's gaming only then it is not necessary at the moment.
Sarobi  +   521d ago
Haha sheesh, that is a ton of memory.
NameRemoved0017  +   521d ago
One of these cards is 50x more powerful than an xbox 360 and use less power. Needless to say these cards are going to kick some major ass.
sdozzo  +   521d ago
Will this bottle neck my i3... Haha
RE_L_MAYER  +   521d ago
don't forget to change your power supply - that thing is gonna eat gigawattss of power)))
NameRemoved0017  +   521d ago
It only uses 235 watt, less than a 7970! Its like a 690 but only 1 gpu. Rumors say its 115% faster than a 680 so a little better than this: http://www.hwcompare.com/12...
KillerPwned  +   521d ago
This thing is just....mind blowing but being a college student I cant afford that beast. I am more than content with my MSI GTX 560-Ti Hawk Edition. Maybe the end of this year or next year without a doubt I will get a newer card.....Maybe this one if I could get it at half the price.
EbeneezerGoode  +   521d ago
This puppy was MADE for OCULUS RIFT (which absolutely needs 60fps minimum with VSync on X 2) It's arrived just in time for my playing and software development needs.

I will be trying to buy one of these on day of release IF they don't all sell out too fast.
Twignberries  +   521d ago
Yup getting two of these bad boys to replace my dual sli 680s.. Phenomenally fast cards but lacking the needed vram for super high res/ autodesk 3d applications... the 680s I mean, because the titan's 6gb is moooooooore than enough! :)
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NameRemoved0017  +   521d ago
They support quad fire to, I don't think you will have to worry for an extremely long time about upgrades though.
ACurlyCube  +   521d ago
Just a query, in the article you say consumer release will be tomorrow at 13:00. Is that 18th or 19th of Feb? I'm looking to buy one for my new rig :)
Holeran  +   521d ago
Looks like just one of these and you are probably future proofed for quite a while. Sexy looking also.
SITH  +   521d ago
I will stick with my two GTX 690s.

http://i1114.photobucket.co...
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NameRemoved0017  +   521d ago
These cards destroy 690s because there single gpu and there going to be 85%-120% the power of a 680 with 6gb vram. If you did quadfire with them (overpowered beyond belief, yes it supports it) It would be like using 8 680s, you would have 24GB of Vram!.
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RE_L_MAYER  +   521d ago
24gb.........can I run crysis with that?))
SITH  +   517d ago
Titan in sli will beat the gtx 690. One titan does not beat the gtx 690. Absolutely no destroy.
http://hothardware.com/Revi...

Wait for facts before you shoot your mouth off next time.
This and the witcher 3!
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soultecc  +   521d ago
ill be getting as soon as its available in the uk

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