Today at GTC NVIDIA announced their next GTX Titan family card. Dubbed the GTX Titan Z (no idea yet on why it’s Z), the card is NVIDIA's obligatory entry into the dual-GPU/single-card market, finally bringing NVIDIA’s flagship GK110 GPU into a dual-GPU desktop/workstation product. While NVIDIA has not released the complete details about the product – in particular we don’t know precise clockspeeds or TDPs – we have been given some information on core configuration, memory, pricing, and availability. GTX Titan Z GTX Titan Black GTX 780 Ti GTX Titan Stream Processors 2 x 2880 2880 2880 2688 Texture Units 2 x 240 240 240 224 ROPs 2 x 48 48 48 48 Core Clock 700MHz? 889MHz 875MHz 837MHz Boost Clock ? 980MHz 928MHz 876MHz Memory Clock 7GHz GDDR5 7GHz GDDR5 7GHz GDDR5 6GHz GDDR5 Memory Bus Width 2 x 384-bit 384-bit 384-bit 384-bit VRAM 2 x 6GB 6GB 3GB 6GB FP64 1/3 FP32 1/3 FP32 1/24 FP32 1/3 FP32 TDP ? 250W 250W 250W Transistor Count 2 x 7.1B 7.1B 7.1B 7.1B Manufacturing Process TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm TSMC 28nm Launch Date 04/XX/14 02/18/14 11/07/13 02/21/13 Launch Price $2999 $999 $699 $999 In brief, the GTX...
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