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NVIDIA Introduces the GeForce GTX TITAN Black, “The Worlds Fastest GPU”

by on February 18, 2014 11:53 AM 8

The last time we heard from NVIDIA, they announced bringing console power to mobile devices with the Tegra K1 and Unreal 4. Now today’s announcement is meant to bring attention back to PCs, with the reveal of NVIDIA’s newly released GPU, the GeForce GTX TITAN Black.

Described as the “next evolution in gaming,” “whisper quiet,” and “Super computer power transformed” into gaming power, the GeForce GTX TITAN Black is the successor of the GTX TITAN, with the Black Edition adding more horsepower for more graphics-intensive games. It’s just added power, though, as the Black Edition also maintains quiet acoustics and cool thermals to making your gaming experience an all-around smooth one.

Check out the specs below, and take a look at the GeForce GTX TITAN Black in the trailer and gallery directly afterwards. And for more on NVIDIA, you may want to check out all of our NVIDIA gaming news.

[Source: NVIDIA]

GTX TITAN Black GPU Engine Specs:
CUDA Cores 2880
Base Clock (MHz) 889
Boost Clock (MHz) 980
Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 199.1

 

GTX TITAN Black Memory Specs:
Memory Speed 7.0 Gbps
Standard Memory Config 6144 MB
Memory Interface GDDR5
Memory Interface Width 384-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 336

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  • David Rodriguez

    Seriously thought this was a car radio at first glance.

    • SuperJamaican

      Lol it does look like one.

    • Temjin001

      haha aye. it does

  • James Darkly

    price? 2000$?

    • crazysapertonight

      1000$

  • Psionicinversion

    you could probably buy 2x 780Tis for the price of that and itll blow it out of the water

  • Nicholas Perry

    Before you get your pants in a wad people. The Titan series is more aimed towards enthusiast developers who can’t afford the insane prices for Quadro cards. And need decent FP32/64 performance.

    • Mikeherp Derp

      can’t wait to mine doge coins with this! derp

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