Thursday, February 7th 2013

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan PCB Pictured...Sort Of

Here's the first blurry picture of the GeForce GTX Titan PCB. Among the structures we can make out on the surprisingly not to busy metropolis is the ASIC itself, which uses an integrated heatspreader much like every other high-end NVIDIA GPU. The card draws power from a combination of 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe power connectors. It is then conditioned to the various power domains by what appears to be an 8+2+2 phase VRM.

One can easily make out 12 memory chips, but that's just on the side that we see. We know for a fact that there are no 4 Gbit GDDR5 memory chips that graphics card makers can buy (at least not at a viable price), and so this card should most definitely use 12 chips on the reverse side.

Source: WCCFTech
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37 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan PCB Pictured...Sort Of

#1
HumanSmoke
by: TheMailMan78
Love blurry nerd porn. Its like we are trying to see Lindsay Lohan monkey through a shower curtain.
Thanks for the imagery. Excuse me while I look for the mind bleach.

If you're trying to see LL's "monkey" you need to unfocus your eyes...just follow Lindsay's example



Just for the record...Silicon >>>>>>>>>>>Lindsay Lohan's silicone
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#2
Xzibit
If it were true i think the closes guess aside from contaminated cadaveca dna pictures :shadedshu

Is the K20X Active cooling card

Its same as K20X just with a Active Cooler like the K20 Active card

Be interesting to know if its going to be PCI-E Gen2 like the K20 & K20X or will they make them Gen 3.
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HumanSmoke
by: Xzibit
Its same as K20X just with a Active Cooler like the K20 Active card
Gonna be some really disappointed people then when they realize that their card doesn't have any display out capability then. I'd also note the component placement and fit-out looks somewhat different
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TheMailMan78
Big Member
by: HumanSmoke
Thanks for the imagery. Excuse me while I look for the mind bleach.

If you're trying to see LL's "monkey" you need to unfocus your eyes...just follow Lindsay's example
http://lbbfinal.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/lohan-drunk.jpg


Just for the record...Silicon >>>>>>>>>>>Lindsay Lohan's silicone
1. Everyone can take a crappy picture. I see a LOT MORE good ones of her than bad ones. They don't put ugly women in playboy. Heff wouldn't have it.

2. You apparently don't know how to party.
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HumanSmoke
by: TheMailMan78
I see a LOT MORE good ones of her than bad ones.
Glad to see you're getting the most out of your internet connection ;)

by: TheMailMan78
They don't put ugly women in playboy. Heff wouldn't have it
Marilyn Monroe was a Playboy centerfold too - hope you aren't lusting after some recent pics

by: TheMailMan78
You apparently don't know how to party.
I try to avoid the high mileage gas guzzlers.
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Xzibit
by: HumanSmoke
Gonna be some really disappointed people then when they realize that their card doesn't have any display out capability then. I'd also note the component placement and fit-out looks somewhat different
http://img.techpowerup.org/130208/K20X.jpg
Didnt you know ?...

Instead of buying a Quadro card for video out they'll encourage you to buy Project Shield :rolleyes:

/Sarcasm

How else are they gonna make money on the GK110 chips they didnt sell

ElcomSoft: Nvidia Tesla K20 Beats a Dual GPU Configuration in Password Cracking
If we look at Wireless Security Auditor, ElcomSoft's most popular tool the situation changes slightly, as a single K20 delivers 85,000 passwords per second, compared to the 65,000 on the GTX 690. Then again, Nvidia still lags behind AMD, as the three year old Radeon HD 5970 handles 103,000 passwords per second, and HD 6990 increased that to 129,000. In that aspect, not even the K20 can reach performance achieved by a single consumer AMD card. This is also the reason why a sea of secy agencies went forward and acquired AMD Radeon HD 5990 and HD 6990 cards, instead of going professional with the Tesla and FirePro cards. AMD now has a dual-GPU card for professionals and we were told the results blew the competition out of the water and are one of major reasons why AMD never released the consumer version of the card
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TheMailMan78
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by: HumanSmoke
Glad to see you're getting the most out of your internet connection ;)


Marilyn Monroe was a Playboy centerfold too - hope you aren't lusting after some recent pics



I try to avoid the high mileage gas guzzlers.
She was posed like a year ago man (maybe two?) and for "high mileage gas guzzlers" you have PROVEN with that comment you do not know how to party.
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#8
HumanSmoke
by: TheMailMan78
She was posed like a year ago man (maybe two?)
Did the airbrushing take longer than the photo shoot?
by: TheMailMan78
and for "high mileage gas guzzlers" you have PROVEN with that comment you do not know how to party.
Prefer low mileage myself- don't trust clunkers...you start stripping the paint off and you invariably end up with a nasty surprise....and I'm guessing Lindsay's seen more rotisserie's than any Dodge
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#9
RejZoR
by: nickbaldwin86
couldn't find a copy of Photoshop, so they used MS Paint
Like GIMP and Paint.NET don't exist lol... :laugh:
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#10
BiggieShady
This could be picture of Bigfoot, Loch Ness monster or GTX Titan :D and I'm not talking about L. Lohan
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#12
HumanSmoke
BSN are reporting 875M base clock, 14SMX/2688 core and a launch date of 18 Feb.
Asus and EVGA the only AIB's to sell the 10,000 boards (GK 110 also being prepped for the Quadro K6000 according to Nvidia CC yesterday) , the Asus SKU being clocked at 915M.

If the 1019M boost clock rumour is to be believed...
Bandwidth : 288.38 GB/sec
Pixel fillrate: 42000 MPix/s (875M) / 43920 (915M) / 48912 (1019M)
Texture fillrate: 196000 MTex/s (875M)/ 204960 (915M) / 228256 (1019M)
FP32 ops : 4.7 TFlop (875M) / 4.92 TFlop (915M) / 5.48 TFlop (1019M)
FP64 ops : at 1:24 rate.
by: Crowned Clown
Methamphetamine... :shadedshu

Walter White FTW
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