Nvidia releases the new GeForce GTX Titan GPU

Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan

If you have a thousand dollars of spare money lying around your house, here is something you can buy with it, the all new Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan. The GTX Titan is said to be the company’s fastest graphics processor ever, as it has 2,668 graphics processing cores in it. And that number speaks for itself.

The company announced the product recently, and said that the graphics processor is going on sale throughout the world. This new faster graphics processor is said to provide very smooth graphics processing along with providing support to higher display resolutions than before. The GeForce GTX 680 GPU was the company’s fastest graphics processor up until now, and compared to this, the new GTX Titan GPU is said to be 75 per cent faster. That is just too much power to use.

PC World writes, “The GPU delivers 4.5 teraflops of single-precision and 1.3 teraflops of double-precision performance. Titan is about 35 per cent faster than its predecessor and has 7 billion transistors, an Nvidia spokesman said.” And with 7 billion transistors on a single chip, you can imagine the power of computing you get.

Crysis, a game which acts as a benchmark for checking the performance of graphics processors, is said to play really smoothly on this graphics processor. And to make things even better, the developers of Crysis are releasing the third edition of the game, Crysis 3, later this year.

And if you think one such Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan is not enough for your gaming needs, the company has provided the SLI (scalable link interface) on the graphics processor using which you can link up more than one such graphics processor to make one big and powerful GPU. But you will also have to spend a lot of money on that.

The company says that the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan is going on sale in every market around the world and will be available for $999, a steep price.

Source: PC World

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