Just when you thought the Titan Black graphics card was the peak of graphical power, NVIDIA has one upped itself by announcing the GeForce GTX TITAN Z, the future of graphics cards. Now here’s some mumbo jumbo that only those in the know will really understand, The GTX TITAN Z is built around two GK110 Kepler GPUs and sports 12GB of dedicated frame buffer memory. Let’s put that into perspective, the TITAN Z has double the memory, double the amount of CUDA cores (5760 CUDA cores), and is capable of running the latest (and future) games at up to a 5k resolution on multiple monitors. With the future looking towards 4K, NVIDIA has jumped ahead and looks to create a GPU that pushes past what isn’t even a current standard of gaming with 4K.
During the Announcement, Co-Founder and CEO of NVIDIA was quoted saying “If you’re in desperate need of a supercomputer that you need to fit under your desk, we have just the card for you,”. Now the difference between the TITAN Z’s dual GPU chips and traditional dual-GPU cards is that the two GK110 Kepler GPU’s are tuned to run at the same clock speed and features dynamic power balancing to make sure that neither GPU creates a performance bottleneck. The card is said to bring all of this performance while remaining cool and quiet. All of this performance will NOT come cheap, the GeForce TITAN Z is set to release at $3,000.