According to sweclockers.com, NVIDIA could launch a GK110 based graphics card for gaming market for the end of February 2013. The GeForce Titan would be based on GK110 with one SMX disabled (one SMX = 192 cores), leading to a GPU with 2688 CUDA cores (full GK110 has 2880 cores, the current GTX 680 has 1536 CUDA cores). The first Titan card would have 6GB of GDDR5 graphics memory and would be priced at $899…
9 thoughts on “NVIDIA GeForce Titan: the GK110-Based Card for Gaming”
$899??! it’s very stupid, if GK110 will have single GPU. Therefore, $599!!
“6GB or GDDR5 graphics memory”
@pillum: typo fixed!
should be 25% slower than a 690 gtx (3072 cuda cores)
But should be 75% faster than a single 660 ti gpu or even a 670 gtx.
Looks like a gap filler which looks like nVidia again has trouble with their next-gen ship
thanks I have already a good room temperature
I don’t really care how Nvidia will price their top next gen card.
I only care how the are going to scale it down.
If I can get a GTX 770, with 320bits bus, 2.56GB of video ram, for less than 450, I’m fine.
calculate, calculate 14 * 192 = 2688 😉 Quote:
“The GeForce Titan would be based on GK110 with one SMX disabled (one SMX = 192 cores), leading to a GPU with 2688 CUDA cores (the current GTX 680 has 1536 CUDA cores).”
Fixed this for you! GK110 has a total of 15 SMx where one or two are disabled in current K20(x).
Since the launch of the “Nvidia Geforce GTX 680” it was absolutely obvious to me, that Nvidia just upped a mid-rage card to their high-end segment of the consumer marked. That worked well because ATI could not really compete with Nvidia. So there we are – Nvidia has no names left to use for their real “Geforce GTX 680” and so they have to come up with something like “Geforce Titan”. It was just maximization of profit on their side and a convenient way to raise the price tags of their cards. And it gets even better because now they can cash again with the “Geforce Titan”. LMAO
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