Nvidia finally decided to release its flagship GTX Titan Z GPU

After few delays, both announced and unannounced, Nvidia was finally able to release its flagship/most expensive graphic card with an insane price tag of $3,000.

The Titan Z comes with dual GK110 cores with 5,760 CUDA cores, 480 texture units, 12GB GDDR5 memory and according to Nvidia, it can process up to 8 TFLOPs. Nvidia may have overexaggerated on its part, but the company claimed that it can handle even the most ‘insane’ multi-monitor displays and 4K hyper PC machines.

However, its uncertain if Nvidia made any changes at the time when it delayed its launch.  The complete specifications are as follows:

  • GPU: 2 x GK110 (Kepler architecture), base clock: 705 MHz, boost clock: 876 MHz
  • CUDA cores: 5760 (2 x 2880)
  • Texture units: 480 (2 x 240)
  • ROPs: 96 (2 x 48)
  • Memory: 12GB GDDR5 @ 7000MHz effective speed (or 1750MHZ real speed) – 768-bit memory interface
  • TDP: 375W
  • Power connectors: two 8-pin
  • 3D APIs: OpenGL 4.4, Direct3D 12
  • Computing: OpenCL, CUDA, DirectCompute
  • Max digital resolution: 4096 x 2160


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