The Hailstorm II’s base specs are already mean, but maxed it packs a Core i7 3.5GHz 6-core CPU, 32GB RAM, two 480GB SSDs and triple-SLI NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN 6GB. Yes. Three of these. Hat Tip Link Price: $2,762+
Last year's GeForce GTX 680 rewrote the rule book on the levels of gaming performance we should expect from a high-end single-chip graphics card, seeing off AMD's competitors in terms of power while delivering a remarkable level of quietness and efficiency. Show More Summary
Reportedly Nvidia might be working on a revamped GTX 650 Ti in order to compete with AMDs upcoming HD 7790
Arctic has announced that its Accelero Hybrid, Accelero Xtreme III, and Accelero Twin Turbo II coolers are now compatible with NVIDIA’s newest video card, the GeForce GTX Titan. The Accelero...
iBUYPOWER has announced that its Revolt gaming computer is now shipping. The company recently announced that its Revolt will be configurable with NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX Titan, enabling gamers...
Wow, just when we all thought that the PlayStation 4's 8GB GDDR5 shared CPU/GPU architecture was rocking the boat and giving PC gamers a serious run for their money, Nvidia had to go and announce the Titan. This card lives up to its name and sports 6 whole gigabyte of GDDR5 memory dedicated to graphics processing power.
Various manufacturers including Asus, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Inno3D, MSI, Palit and Zotac have released their Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan cards.
This week Nvidia released its latest high-tech graphics card, the GeForce GTX Titan. The announcement was accompanied by the usual flurry of press releases from boutique PC makers, eager to get their name associated with the next big thing. Show More Summary
Earlier this week I told you about Nvidia's GeForce GTX Titan, the $1,000 graphics card with supercomputer power, tons of tweakability and an astounding acoustic footprint which keeps it whisper-quiet under the heaviest of loads. What I couldn't tell you about were the benchmarks—those all-important numbers. More »
A couple of days ago, we showed you the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan in all its glory—almost. While we were able to reveal the card itself, discuss its new features and specifications, and talk about some of the new systems it will be powering, we weren’t able to post any performance data. Fortunately, that all changes today. We’ve...
Earlier this week NVIDIA announced their new top-end single-GPU consumer card, the GeForce GTX Titan. Built on NVIDIA’s GK110 and named after the same supercomputer that GK110 first powered, the GTX Titan is in many ways the apex of the Kepler family of GPUs first introduced nearly one year ago. Show More Summary
Origin PC has annouced that it will be the first company to water cool the all-new Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan.
Nvidia on Tuesday announced the GeForce GTX Titan, a GPU designed to handle the most demanding games by harnessing the processing power of 2,668 graphics cores. The GPU, which the company claims is the world’s fastest graphics processor,...Show More Summary
Get a first look of GeForce GTX Titan, NVIDIA's new GPU. Engineered to the highest standards, GTX Titan's supercomputer technology is revolutionizing PC gaming. For more information, go to www.nvidia.com/titan. If you like our videos make sure to subscribe. Show More Summary
The Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan was released yesterday. The single GPU video card for the PC desktop is the fastest graphics you can buy at the moment. According to Tech Spot, “Cray’s XK7 Titan supercomputer is powered by no less than 18,000 Nvidia Tesla K20x GPUs, which Nvidia is proud to say highly contributes to make the Titan [...]Show More Summary
NVIDIA has just introduced the GeForce GTX Titan video card for desktop, the GPU at the heart of the world’s fastest supercomputer, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan supercomputer....
Today, hardware reviewers were able to lift the lid on NVIDIA's latest beast, the GeForce GTX Titan. Boasting a GK110 chip with 2688 CUDA cores and loads of other stuff I barely understand, NVIDIA claims that when you rock three of these...Show More Summary
Nvidia's new graphics card GeForce GTX Titan costs more - £827 - than PlayStation 4 and the next Xbox put together (probably - hopefully). But that's not really the point when considering the most powerful gaming set-up that money can buy. Show More Summary
If you don’t think $1,000 is too much to have the most powerful graphics card on the market, one suitable to drive a gaming supercomputer, then NVIDIA has a deal for you in the form of the GeForce GTX Titan. … Continue reading ? Related...Show More Summary
On Thursday Nvidia's latest "most powerful graphics card in the world" hits the market — the Kepler-based GeForce GTX Titan. Packed with a ridiculous number of CUDA cores, all the Teraflops you can eat and innovative features like display...Show More Summary