Wednesday, May 28th 2014

EVGA Announces a Trio of GeForce GTX TITAN-Z Graphics Cards

EVGA unleashes the most powerful graphics card. The GeForce GTX TITAN Z is a gaming monster, built to power the most extreme gaming rigs on the planet. With a massive 5760 cores, 12 GB of 7 Gbps GDDR5 memory, and the most advanced power delivery system, GTX TITAN Z offers truly insane performance. It's easily the fastest graphics card we've ever made.

GTX TITAN Z is designed with the highest-grade components to deliver the best experience - incredible speed and cool, quiet performance-all in a stunningly crafted aluminum case. The groundbreaking dual-GPU GTX TITAN Z uses new dynamic power balancing technology that ensures peak performance across two GPUs with optimal power delivery. This means you can game on multi-monitor displays and hyper PCs at high setting and super-fast frame rates. With support for NVIDIA SLI, you can even add a second card and immerse yourself in graphically intense games like Watch Dogs in full 4K Surround.
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15 Comments on EVGA Announces a Trio of GeForce GTX TITAN-Z Graphics Cards

#1
BigMack70
built to power the most overpriced gaming rigs on the planet.
FTFY

Existence of the 295X2 at half the price means that anyone buying this card for gaming needs their head checked.
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#2
gdubc
Interesting to see the EK Hydrocopper ;)
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#3
GreiverBlade
by: BigMack70
FTFY

Existence of the 295X2 at half the price means that anyone buying this card for gaming needs their head checked.
arf i should had posted here instead of in the Palit/Gainward announcement one xD
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Debat0r
by: BigMack70

Existence of two titans at two thirds the price means that anyone buying this card for anything ever needs their head checked.
FTFY
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#5
GreiverBlade
by: Debat0r
FTFY
well he's talking about a dual gpu single card ... so having the mean to put 4 gpu in 2 pciE slot ... so 2 titan for 2/3 of the price of a T-Z over a single or dual 295X2 is not competitive. (well Titan Black might be ... or not :roll: )
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Debat0r
by: GreiverBlade
well he's talking about a dual gpu single card ... so having the mean to put 4 gpu in 2 pciE slot ... so 2 titan for 2/3 of the price of a T-Z over a single or dual 295X2 is not competitive. (well Titan Black might be ... or not :roll: )
The Titan Z is still 3-slot. If it were 2-slot I might see a very tiny little reason to buy this when you have an itx rig, but now, I don't see any...
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GreiverBlade
by: Debat0r
The Titan Z is still 3-slot. If it were 2-slot I might see a very tiny little reason to buy this when you have an itx rig, but now, I don't see any...
ATX board offer 3 slot (as did my ASRock Z77 ex4 with her 2 Asus GTX580 Matrix Platinum) µATX offer most of the time 2 slot and if spaced right like my ASRock FM2A88M ex4+ i could even fit 2 295x2 whereas i could not do so with Titanzee, but who care in the end : it cost 2 time the price of a 295x2 and perform +/-15% around, it's the only argument that make sense to me to describe that card as a half failure (as a gaming marketed card)
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#8
bogami
Working with these frequencies the price of $ 600 over each dimensions and not $ 3,000+. The place but who will buy it if you get 2 x 9-259X and so much more power for the invested money and remains sufficiently solid SSD. When I bought my first quadro one card cost $ 600 a second $ 600 third $ 600 now will not be change in moy PC. bankruptcy .If I will be who claimed to be worth $ 3,000 that knows lying even with a water block and left superior cooling equipment is not. You will not sell them. They will be donate .
Apparently no one will be crazy enough to buy them !
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#9
GhostRyder
EVGA seems to be the only one that has a Titan-Z thats worth even looking at because its a 2 slot design with a waterblock. Does not change the whole fact that the card is well beyond over priced and makes 0 sense, but at least EVGA did not keep the 3 slot bracket design on the waterblock edition (Which that block does looks bad ass btw). But it still does not change the fact that its too much for the idea of what it is and anyone would think twice and just buy a trio of Titan black well before this card.
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#10
Delta6326
$3,000 I don't think so Nvidia...At least try $2,000...

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GreiverBlade
by: Delta6326
$3,000 I don't think so Nvidia...At least try $2,000...


wait a sec! it's not 3000$ but under 3000$, 2999.99$= psychological price to say "look you can get it for lower than 3000$" ... just like a Dyson vacuum at 599.95 instead of 600
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#12
Delta6326
My favorite part, a $2,999.99 product and they still charge $6.14 for shipping. I'm sure Newegg is still making good profit off these.
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slim142
by: Delta6326
My favorite part, a $2,999.99 product and they still charge $6.14 for shipping. I'm sure Newegg is still making good profit off these.
Was about to point that out
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#14
techy1
a "2999,99"? - they got to be kidding.... this is not reasonable product, that must display its value wisely ... this is status symbol. if I woud cash for this overpriced thing - then a solid "3000,00 $$$" would be a nice bonus to show of... it is like pricing a Bentley 199'999,99 - this I would love to tell that to the whole world - that I paid 200k - like a baus (....well - maybe not "the whole world", but a few goldigger sults would hear about that :D)
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#15
xBruce88x
hmm... you know what i bought for $3000? Sure as hell wasn't a GPU. Nope... something much faster... I bought a f@cking police car! 2002 Chevy Impala. yea the lights are gone, but the siren is still there (haven't wired it back up tho) and it still has all the extra "upgrades" and hauls ass... and the huge trunk is nice. You know what i'd do if someone handed me $3k now? A supercharger, new tires, AND a very nice upgrade for my rig :)

nVida can keep their TITAN-Z at that price.
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