NVidia GeForce GTX Titan Price and Release Date

GeForce GTX Titan comes with 6 GB of GDDR5 memory

The upcoming monster, GeForce GTX Titan besides acting as powerful graphic processor, will be equipped with plenty of video memory. It is claimed that GeForce GTX Titan will probably include 6 GB memory, which is highly sufficient for all kind of users.

According to SweClockers, NVidia is expected to launch a mythical GPU called GK110. It is said that the GPU will act as the fastest graphic processor with more additional features.

The upcoming monster model will be equipped with 6 GB of GDDR5 memory, which suggests that the video card is likely to have a memory bus of 384 bits.

Features of GeForce GTX Titan

It is reported that the card will have a TDP of 235W, which is considerably lower for such specifications. It is added that the TDP may rise up to 300W.

We should remember that the power hungry GTX 480 has a TDP of 250W.

Moreover, the full GK110 has 2,880 CUDA cores with 240 texture units divided into 15 clusters (SMX).

It is notable that K20 comes with a 5 GB VRAM, whereas the reference design of GeForce Titan is called K20X, which uses 6 GB VRAM.

The Tesla K20 has 20x400MB GDDR5 memory, whereas K20X has 24x400MB GDDR5 memory.

Similarly GeForce Titan will have 6 GB VRAM, whereas its cut down parts will arrive during summer 2013 and will presumably feature 4-5 GB VRAM.

AMD Radeon HD 7900 series, single-GPU graphics cards are based on “Tahiti” silicon and features same memory bus width as GTX 480 and use standard memory of 3 GB.

GeForce GTX 680 has standard memory of 2 GB, however 4 GB, 6 GB versions of GTX 680 and HD 7970 are quite popular.

Price and release date of GeForce GTX Titan

NVidia GeForce Titan is expected to outperform fastest GeForce GTX 690 with its single GK110 core. It is anticipated that GeForce Titan will be released during late February for the price of $ 899.

GeForce 700 series is expected to be launched during Q4 of 2013. Since GeForce Titan is not a part of GeForce 700 series, it is believed that the cut down variants of GK110 based GPUs will surely arrive in summer 2013 for a lower price.