Tuesday, April 30th 2013

ZOTAC Supercharges the TITAN

ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards, mini-PCs and accessories, today supercharges the TITAN with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Edition, the world's fastest single GPU graphics card.

"Gamers have always depended on the ZOTAC GeForce AMP! Edition series for the best performance within a given series. With the ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Edition, we're able to deliver the absolute best performance from a single GPU in this generation," says Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International.


The ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Edition greatly tunes the memory frequency of the GeForce GTX TITAN by raising the clocks 10-percent for a smooth performance boost in the latest games and applications. Up to three ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Editions can combine with NVIDIA 3-way SLI technology for up to 2.8-times the performance boost for the most demanding users.

It's time to play with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Edition.

General details

● New ZOTAC GeForce GTX TITAN AMP! Edition graphics card
● NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN GPU
● Engine clock: 902 MHz (base) / 954 MHz (boost)
● 2,688 processor cores
● 6 GB GDDR5 memory
● Memory clock: 6608 MHz
● 384-bit memory interface
● PCI Express 3.0 interface
● NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology
● NVIDIA Surround capable
● NVIDIA FXAA & TXAA technology
● NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
● NVIDIA NVENC video transcoding acceleration capable
● DirectX 11.1 (feature level 11_0) technology & Shader Model 5.1
● OpenGL 4.3 compatible
● Blu-ray 3D ready
● Loss-less audio bitstream capable
● ZOTAC Boost Premium software bundle
Nero Kwikmedia
XBMC
UNIGINE Heaven DX11 Benchmark
● ZOTAC Assassin's Creed 3-Game Pack included
Assassin's Creed
Assassin's Creed II
Assassin's Creed: Revelations

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12 Comments on ZOTAC Supercharges the TITAN

#2
LDNL
Just a 100mhz overclock and they give it the AMP title? Aren't those for the cards with a better cooler and a higher overclock? Man thats just a sticker if I ever saw one.
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#3
the54thvoid
by: LDNL
Just a 100mhz overclock and they give it the AMP title? Aren't those for the cards with a better cooler and a higher overclock? Man thats just a sticker if I ever saw one.
^ This

Shameless tactic from Zotac. Then again, EVGA do it with their SC variant. As usual, unless the pcb or cooler is drastically modified this is not any different form a stock card, just a tweaked bios for higher base clock. Save the cash and use Afterburner instead.
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#4
Dj-ElectriC
What else can they do? Change the PCB? NVIDIA will chop their balls off for that.
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#5
the54thvoid
by: Dj-ElectriC
What else can they do? Change the PCB? NVIDIA will chop their balls off for that.
If they were really clever they would alter the bios to allow the full 300 watts to be drawn down and allow voltage adjustments up to 1.21v. At the moment all the stock bios limit watts to 265 and voltage at 1.2. Then it would overclock far higher than stock boards, without altering any hardware.
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#6
buildzoid
If Nvidia got wind of that they would probably force them back to the standard BIOS.
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#7
15th Warlock
I've found these boost clocks are much more aggressive in real life than what's advertised, my cards did 1045MHz out of the box, not 928MHz as advertised by EVGA, so this Zotac card could potentially hit over 1GHz easily without ppl noticing.

The memory clock is impressive though, this card will have a sizable bandwidth advantage over any other card available as of now :rockout:
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#8
tastegw
by: 15th Warlock
I've found these boost clocks are much more aggressive in real life than what's advertised, my cards did 1045MHz out of the box, not 928MHz as advertised by EVGA, so this Zotac card could potentially hit over 1GHz easily without ppl noticing.

The memory clock is impressive though, this card will have a sizable bandwidth advantage over any other card available as of now :rockout:
Yup, my sc boosts to 1052 out of the box, I will see if I can run my ram at the same speed as this amp.
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#9
DarkOCean
by: the54thvoid
If they were really clever they would alter the bios to allow the full 300 watts to be drawn down and allow voltage adjustments up to 1.21v. At the moment all the stock bios limit watts to 265 and voltage at 1.2. Then it would overclock far higher than stock boards, without altering any hardware.
You need a better cooler and better power circuitry (custom card) for that to work.
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#10
the54thvoid
by: DarkOCean
You need a better cooler and better power circuitry (custom card) for that to work.
Many people with way more knowledge than me over at OCN have been using many different bios and also working with other mods to the card. People have been pushing way higher voltage than 1.21 through the cards and the VRM's haven't blown. One or two have but only at far higher levels. The Titan is artificially limited below it's hardware spec, more than likely to fit in a nice power envelope - remember it is sold as an eco friendly solution in terms of perf per watt and it's compute brother is sold as an eco product.
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#11
OneCool
Assassin's Creed
Yeah it should play that at about 950fps :nutkick: :laugh:
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#12
badtaylorx
impressive mem clock tho.....just like the rest of the amp series...which is what gives its 660ti a nice kick in the rear....
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