The GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card is now finally available. It promises to perform badly in benchmarks and portfolio.
Formalized on March 26, the GeForce GTX Titan Z was scheduled to release on April 29, but did not answer this on stalls Day. A delay due to drivers which did not reveal the full potential of the card especially its front face competing card sold much cheaper (1,319 euros), the Radeon R9 295X2.
Good news for those who have waited till yet. With a little delay, the new NVIDIA display technology is now ready to tread the any stalls. This announcement of Nvidia is immediately in effect available to its partners. And as expected, the cost of this card is very high with an official price of 2999 dollars.
Recall that the GeForce GTX Titan Z carries two GPU, each with 2,880 processors (5,760 processors in total) and 6 GB GDDR5 (12GB total) video memory. Performance is such that it allows to support the multi-screen configuration for surround gaming or video editing, with a 5K resolution (5120 x 2160 pixels).
Cooling mixes meanwhile with passive heat dissipation and active heat dissipation, to ensure efficiency and silence.