NVIDIA was supposed to launch their high-performance GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card this week, but we have not seen any reviews, any release from NVIDIA or seen the card hit retail shelves. As many people have guessed the card has been delayed once again. According to GDM.OR.JP the card has been delayed indefinitely.
It looks like some Chinese retailers did not pay attention to NVIDIA’s NDA for the GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card. Below we have a full listing of specifications for the card, which for those who are wondering the Titan Z will have 5760 CUDA cores, a base clock of 705 MHz and will boost all the way up to 876 MHz.
NVIDIA has teamed up with Ubisoft and has announced its latest game bundle. Starting today anyone who purchases a graphics card above a GeForce GTX 760 and GeForce GTX 660 for the 700 and 600 series will receive a free game coupon for Watch Dogs.
NVIDIA’s Dual-GPU Geforce GTX Titan Z is supposed to launch tomorrow, but according to a report by Sweclockers the launch of the card has been delayed. It is unclear why NVIDIA will be postponing the card. Some say PR issues, others say that NVIDIA wants to make sure to card competes will against AMD’s R9 295X2.
Back when NVIDIA announced its SHIELD portable gaming device they thought they were going to blow the socks off the industry. Well that really has not happened and besides giving the unit away to bloggers and press at events they really have had a hard time pushing the device. At the GPU Technology conference the company announced new updates and features to the device.
Yesterday at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference the company announced its next generation GPU which will be called “Pascal”. This GPU was previously named Volta, Pascal introduces new technologies like NVLINK (UVM) and 3D Memory (stacked DRAM).
NVIDIA started off the GPU Technology conference today by announcing the GeForce GTX TITAN Z. This card packs two GK110 GPU’s on to a single card giving it a total of 5760 CUDA cores and 12GB of on board memory. NVIDIA is currently saying this card is capable of 8 TeraFLOPS and is designed for 5K gaming!
It looks like other companies were feeling the pressure as Sapphire had announced two R9 290X’s with 8GB a VRAM. Those cards would outperform the GTX 780 Ti in terms of available memory. Well it looks like EVGA will be releasing both a GTX 780 Ti and a GTX 780 with 6GB of VRAM.