Here it is, folks, the fabled monster dual-GPU graphics card from NVIDIA, based on its GK110 silicon, the GeForce GTX TITAN-Z (sounds like "Titans"). The first reference-design graphics card to span across three expansion slots, the GTX TITAN-Z features a cooler design that's an upscale of the GTX 690, with a pair of meaty heat-pipe fed heatsinks being ventilated by a centrally-located fan. The card features a pair of GK110 chips, with all 2,880 CUDA cores enabled, on each. That works out to a total core count of 5,760! That's not all, the two chips have 480 TMUs, and 96 ROPs between them; and each of the two is wired to 6 GB of memory, totaling a stunning 12 GB on the card. At this point it's not clear if the GPUs feature full-DPFP, but their SPFP totals 8 TFLOP/s. Display outputs on the card include two dual-link DVI, a DisplayPort, and an HDMI. According to its makers, the GTX TITAN-Z is the first graphics card that's truly ready for 5K resolution (5120 x 2700 pixels) on a single display head, for gaming. At US $2,999, the card costs thrice as much as a GTX TITAN Black, for twice its performance.