Thursday, February 21st 2013

Inno3D Intros its GeForce GTX Titan Graphics Card

Inno3D is thrilled to unveil the much anticipated Inno3D GeForce Titan, the world's fastest single GPU graphics card ever built that boasts ground breaking power efficiency. The sleek exterior of cast aluminum and trivalent chromium plating of the Titan has a custom vapor chamber cooler. The Inno3D GeForce Titan powerhouse delivers high-end performance with style. Get all the premium GTX gaming technologies such as NVIDIA 3D Vision , PhysX, and Quad SLI for the ultimate PC gaming experience, plus NVIDIA surround sound with up to four monitors.

Key features:
  • NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 Technology
  • Microsoft DirectX 11 support 11.1 API (feature level 11_1)
  • Quad NVIDIA SLI -Ready
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready
  • NVIDIA PhysX technology
  • NVIDIA CUDA technology with CUDA C/C++, DirectCompute 5.0 and OpenCL support
  • NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology
  • PCI Express 3.0 support
  • Three dual-link DVI-I connectors
  • One mini-DisplayPort connector
  • OpenGL 4.1 support
Experience the power and raise the standard of gaming with the mighty Inno3D GeForce Titan and lose yourself in the ultra realistic worlds achievable with HD graphics that redefines your gaming reality. Expect the unexpected as PhysX technology delivers fine detail sure to drive your visual stimulation.
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20 Comments on Inno3D Intros its GeForce GTX Titan Graphics Card

#1
T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
feature level 11_0
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#2
ViperXTR
take away the box and they all look the same
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#4
Steve Kosh
Are we going to see any non-reference coolers come out or are we just going to see the reference design stay like the 690 has.
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#5
m6tzg6r
I wanna get myself two titans when they are said to come out here in australia next week. I have two 680's, but it isnt good enough, luckily i can sell my 680's to lower the price of the titans.
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#7
T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
by: Xzibit
Those look nice but an extra 4month wait just for water cooling ? Thats a long wait for those that would want one of those.
that is just a rough guess, evga has to test safe ocs for 24/7 use before they can use them, and then also figure that oc'er will want to up it even more so they have to figure oc head room aswel.
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#8
VulkanBros
by: Steve Kosh
Are we going to see any non-reference coolers come out or are we just going to see the reference design stay like the 690 has.
I dont think nvidia is going to allow it - but then again - what´s the point releasing to AIB partners ???
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#9
micropage7
by: ViperXTR
take away the box and they all look the same
the good thing is you can choose any brand that offer you better package :toast:
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#10
Xzibit
by: VulkanBros
I dont think nvidia is going to allow it - but then again - what´s the point releasing to AIB partners ???
Guarantee sales.

In order to be a AIB. You might be required to buy/sell a certain #.
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#12
Prima.Vera
by: m6tzg6r
i wanna get myself two titans when they are said to come out here in australia next week. I have two 680's, but it isnt good enough, luckily i can sell my 680's to lower the price of the titans.
Tnks for sharing with the world. Really important info indeed. Vanity much?? ;)
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#13
xulos
by: ViperXTR
take away the box and they all look the same
Rly ? Maybe cause it's nvidia referent design:rolleyes:.
By the way card is brutal, but too expensive no matter what specs says.

by: m6tzg6r
I wanna get myself two titans when they are said to come out here in australia next week. I have two 680's, but it isnt good enough, luckily i can sell my 680's to lower the price of the titans.
omfg what a douchbag. , i agree with prima.vera , you are, idk, 13 y old ?
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#14
Jizzler
Must have one hell of a job. I was only making $7.50/hr when I was 13.
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#15
u2konline
by: ViperXTR
take away the box and they all look the same
Its a scam, same looking cards, same dumb price.
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#16
Dj-ElectriC
You all must credit the Apple of graphics cards for allowing the AIBs the freedom of giving you useless shit with your must-use reference designed card.
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#17
Dj-ElectriC
For the same reason a 3960X costs about the same.
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#18
radrok
I think Ryan Smith over at Anandtech nailed it

by: Anandtech
NVIDIA has long wanted to ape Intel’s ability to have an extreme/luxury product at the very top end of the consumer product stack, and with Titan they’re going ahead with that.
They couldn't have done this without having AMD/ATI performance high end matching their midrange chip aka GK104.

I think that Titan wouldn't have existed as we know it now (in consumer graphics landscape) if Tahiti would have been clocked more aggressively from the start cause Nvidia would never have launched a GTX 680 that performs less than AMD/ATI top dog.


edit: wait isn't a post missing?
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#20
tokyoduong
by: Jizzler
Must have one hell of a job. I was only making $7.50/hr when I was 13.
you were allowed to work at 13?
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