After multiple delays NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan Z is finally here. It has been officially released today by NVIDIA. The Titan Z is a dual-GPU graphics card that is based on the GK110 architecture. It features 5760 CUDA cores, 480 TMUs and 96 ROPs. There is a total of 12 GB of GDDR5 memory running across a 384-bit interface per GPU.
It seems like we have been talking about NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card a lot lately, mostly because it has been delayed multiple times. Well it looks like an EVGA-branded GeForce GTX Titan Z has been spotted on eBay.
So this more or less confirms that the card has made its way to retailers and they are just waiting for the greenlight from NVIDIA to start selling the card. No word when that will be, but when it happens we will be sure to let you know.
It looks like the first review of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card has been leaked. It is from Chinese magazine E-Zone who had published the review back on May 8th, the original date of when the Titan Z was supposed to be launched. Looking at the results from their tests you can see why NVIDIA has delayed the card for the time being.
It looks like NVIDIA is trying to get more people interested in its Shield portable Android gaming system. While it is a cool device, its really has not caught on all that well. To help gain attention and hopefully sales of the devices it looks like NVIDIA has worked with Valve to bring both Half-Life 2 and Portal to the Shield.
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.
Jan 30, 2015 0