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.
The Titan Z has a base clock of 705 MHz with a boost up to 876 MHz, that is a 170 MHz difference. The memory will be running at 7 GHz, which gives the card a bandwidth of 672 GB/s. The card is a triple-slot card is a single fan in the center. Official measurements on the card are 4.38 x 10.5-inches, which is standard for all high-end GeForce models.
The card gets power via two 8pin power connectors and the TDP has been measured at 375W, which is much less than AMD’s Radeon R9 295X2 which is 500W.
NVIDIA is still keeping the same pricing as when they first announced the card, it will be $3000!
Various different GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics cards have been released by many different manufactueres today, we have pictured many of them below.