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AMD to Launch New Single-GPU Card This Summer, to Take on GTX 780 Ti

AMD is reportedly working on a new single-GPU graphics card SKU to compete with the likes of GeForce GTX 780 Ti, and perhaps even take a swing at the GTX TITAN Black, since it's not too far ahead of the GTX 780 Ti at single-display gaming. The new SKU will be more than just a clock-speed bump, it will leverage HBM (high-bandwidth memory), a cutting-edge new technology that relies on stacking multiple DRAM dies with dedicated memory paths into a single package, cutting down on power-draw, thermals, and PCB real-estate.

The first kind of HBMs to hit the market are 8 Gbit 4Hi, which will interface with the GPU over a 128-bit wide path, which means there will be just four memory packages on the card (since the "Hawaii" silicon features a 512-bit wide memory bus), with improvements in the area of power-draw and heat output. The memory could be clocked higher, too. Sadly, memory bandwidth is not the prime-mover in VGA performance, and AMD will have to offer higher GPU clocks for the card to stand a chance against NVIDIA's high-end single-GPU offerings. As for the name this card would bear, we get a sense of deja vu about how NVIDIA launched the single-GPU GeForce 7950 GTX alongside the dual-GPU 7950 GX2, replacing the 7900 GTX. And so, it wouldn't surprise us if AMD named it Radeon R9 295X.


Source: VideoCardz

Gigabyte Bundling GeForce GTX Titan Black with WindForce Cooler

Just like it did with the first Titan, Gigabyte Technology has decided on pairing up NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan Black with its own WindForce 3X 600W cooling system. There is a catch to this solution though as buyers will need to replace the stock cooler of the GTX Titan Black with Gigabyte's three-fan solution.

The Titan card available in this bundle has its 6 GB of GDDR5 memory at the standard frequency (7,000 MHz) but the GPU has higher than stock clocks - the base clock is 1006 MHz (up from 889 MHz) while the boost clock is 1111 MHz (980 MHz stock). The rest of the specs are as expected - 2880 CUDA Cores, a 384-bit memory interface, 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe power connectors, and dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs.

EVGA Offers ACX Cooling Solution for GeForce TITAN Black

With NVIDIA's restrictions that prevent AIC partners from coming up with custom-design GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics cards (with the exception of those with factory-fitted full-coverage water-blocks) in place, EVGA is taking a route explored by GIGABYTE last year, when it bundled NVIDIA-kosher (reference design) GTX TITAN cards with its WindForce 450 cooling solution detached, that the users can install by themselves. EVGA's approach is a tiny bit different. Its GTX TITAN Black-branded ACX cooler is sold separately, as an accessory for the company's reference-design cards; at a rather affordable price of US $39.99. The package includes the dual-fan aluminium fin heatsink, and a heatspreader to cool the memory and VRM.

ORIGIN PC Desktops Available with GeForce GTX 750, 750 Ti and TITAN Black Cards

ORIGIN PC announced today the new NVIDIA GeForce TITAN Black graphics card on their award-winning line of CHRONOS, MILLENNIUM and GENESIS desktops for gamers, artists, enthusiasts and professionals. Evolved from the previous GeForce GTX TITAN, the new TITAN Black lets you take on the most graphics-intensive games with 10 percent faster GPU performance, while still remaining whisper-quiet and cool inside any ORIGIN PC desktop.

With additional features such as support for up to 4-WAY NVIDIA SLI, 2880 CUDA cores, ORIGIN PC's CRYOGENIC liquid cooling solution and professional overclocking service, the GeForce TITAN Black is the ultimate GPU for gamers demanding the best gaming experience that can run up to 4K resolutions or even support multiple 4K displays with its high-speed double precision technology and 6 GB of frame buffer memory.

Gigabyte Launches the Next Generation GeForce GTX TITAN Series

GIGABYTE, the world's leading premium gaming hardware manufacture, is pleased to introduce the latest super gaming graphics card, GV-NTITANBLKD5-6GD-B. Built with the highly anticipated GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK GPU, GV-NTITANBLKD5-6GD-B utilizes the latest 28nm fabrication process, features 6GB GDDR5 memory and adapts 2880 CUDA cores. GIGABYTE GV-NTITANBLKD5-6GD-B not only supports Microsoft DirectX 11.2 and PCI-Express 3.0 architecture, but also supports NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, G-Sync, PhysX, and GPU Boost 2.0 technology. With the use of GIGABYTE OC GURU II software, GV-NTITANBLKD5-6GD-B can increase the overclocking capacity by unlocking the hardware limitation and brings hardcore gamers an ultimate gaming experience base on the GPU Boost 2.0 technology.

According to the latest NVIDIA technology "GPU BOOST 2.0", GV-NTITANBLKD5-6GD-B provides gamers an unlimited overclocking capability by using GIGABYTE OC GURU II to adjust maximum core voltage and synchronize the GPU temperature and power consumption. These main features not only increase the overclocking ability but also deliver an extremely performance to make gamers enjoy the amazing gaming experience.

Gainward Also Launches its GeForce GTX TITAN Black 6GB

Like most other NVIDIA GeForce AIC partners, Gainward launched its GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics card. Based entirely on NVIDIA's reference board design, it offers reference clock speeds of 889 MHz core, 980 MHz GPU Boost, and 7.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory. Based on the 28 nm GK110 silicon, it features 2,880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs, 48 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 6 GB of memory. It displaces the company's current GTX TITAN product from its current US $999 price point.

EVGA Also Launches Five GeForce GTX TITAN Black Models

EVGA also launched no less than five GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics card models, spanning between NVIDIA's reference board design, and the company's own HydroCopper cooling solution that's ready for liquid cooling. The series begins with the $999 GTX TITAN Black base model, which sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 889/980/7000 MHz (core/boost/memory); followed by the GTX TITAN Black SC, featuring clock speeds of 967/1072/7000 MHz, and a $1019.99 price tag; the GTX TITAN Black SC Signature with similar clocks but added goodies, priced at $1069.99; the GTX TITAN Black HydroCopper, featuring a staggering 1006/1111/7000 MHz clock speeds and its Signature variant. EVGA didn't finalize pricing on the HydroCopper duo, yet.

CYBERPOWERPC Debuts Elite Gaming Series Based on New NVIDIA GTX GPUs

CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, today unleashed a new series of PC gaming systems based on NVIDIA's new NVIDIA GTX 750; GTX 750 Ti, and GTX Titan Black edition GPUs.

Beginning today, CYBERPOWERPC customers can make these powerful new GPUs their weapon of choice in high-performance rigs such as the new Zeus Mini small form factor series, Zeus EVO, and Fang III systems. For enthusiasts looking for hyper-realistic game play and stunning visuals, the new NVIDIA GTX Titan Black edition GPU is the ultimate graphics card for your gaming PC.

Digital Storm Also Offering NVIDIA's GTX 750 (Ti) and GTX TITAN Black Cards

Digital Storm is excited to offer NVIDIA's highly anticipated GTX 750 and GTX 750Ti mainstream graphics cards and NVIDIA's new flagship TITAN BLACK - the fastest graphics card in the world. The three cards all allow Digital Storm customers to take their gaming to the next level with HD gaming at 1080P and Ultra HD 4K gaming respectively.

"HD gaming is the new standard and Ultra HD is not far behind with 4K displays already available for $800," said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development. "This is an exciting time for gamers and we're thrilled to incorporate NVIDIA's new cards into our systems to deliver the stunning graphics and advanced gaming experience our customers demand."

ASUS Introduces the GeForce GTX Titan Black

ASUS today announced GTX Titan Black, a graphics card powered by the brand-new GeForce GTX Titan Black graphics-processing unit (GPU) clocked at 980 MHz and bundled with exclusive GPU Tweak technology for advanced overclocking that's also accessible, simple and incredibly safe.

Fitted with 6 GB of super-fast GDDR5 video memory and further benefiting from NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 and G-SYNC technologies, GTX Titan Black is a powerhouse graphics card with a stylish black heatsink design for enthusiasts who demand supercharged visuals for the very best gaming experiences.

ZOTAC Launches New Performance and Flagship Graphics Cards

ZOTAC International, a global innovator and manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards and mini-PCs, today launches new performance and flagship graphics cards with the GeForce GTX 750 family and new GTX Titan Black. The new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 family ushers in a new era of performance PC gaming with the next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture while the new ZOTAC GeForce GTX Titan Black injects the venerable flagship series with greater compute power.

"We're embarking on a new generation of NVIDIA graphics architecture with the new ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 family graphics cards," said Carsten Berger, senior director, ZOTAC International. "The new Maxwell architecture enables us to raise performance by 25-percent while cutting power consumption in half compared to the previous generation."

Velocity Micro Offering GeForce GTX 750, 750 Ti, and TITAN Black Graphics

Velocity Micro, the premier builder of award winning gaming PCs, laptops, and peripherals announces the immediate availability of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750, GTX 750 Ti, and the amazing GTX TITAN Black in select Gaming/Enthusiast and Workstation desktops. Configurations powered by the GeForce GTX 750 from Velocity Micro start at $829 with TITAN Black configurations starting at $2,999.

"Every evolution of the GeForce cards presents better and better choices for consumers, and these new products are no exception," said Randy Copeland, President and CEO of Velocity Micro. "With the best-in-class performance of the TITAN Black and incredible price for performance of the GTX 750 and 750 Ti, NVIDIA has brought two great choices to market. We're excited to offer them to our enthusiast customers."

GeForce GTX TITAN Black Pictured, Isn't Strictly Black

Here's the first alleged picture of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX TITAN Black, a high-end SKU NVIDIA is working on, to restore the competitiveness of the $999 price-point it commands. Although referred to as "TITAN Black," the card is nowhere close to looking like the CGI renders that surfaced last November. The board looks identical to the original GTX TITAN, except its "TITAN" etching on the cooler shroud is painted in black. The GTX TITAN Black maxes out the 28 nm GK110 silicon, featuring 2,880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs, 48 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, holding 6 GB of memory. It also features full DPFP for the GK110 silicon, which is exclusive to the GTX TITAN, within the GeForce range. NVIDIA is expected to give the GTX TITAN Black a low-key launch some time next week.


Source: VideoCardz

GeForce GTX TITAN Black Gets First Listing

NVIDIA's upcoming high-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX TITAN Black, scored its first listing by an online store. Finnish store Multitronic Webshop listed it for €974.90 (including all applicable taxes). The store mentions the pre-tax price at €786.21, which converts to roughly US $1071. These prices confirm the theory that the GTX TITAN Black is being designed to replace the current GTX TITAN from its $999 (pre-tax) price-point. The current GTX TITAN has been cannibalized by the GTX 780 Ti at gaming, and the only two straws it's been clutching onto are 6 GB of memory, and full double-precision floating point GPGPU performance.

The GeForce GTX TITAN Black is a maxing out of the feature-set of the GK110 silicon. It features the full complement of CUDA cores at 2,880 - same as the GTX 780 Ti - but also features full double-precision floating point GPGPU performance, and 6 GB of standard memory amount, which could help in 3DVision Surround, and 4K Ultra HD display setups. Other vital specs of the GPU include 240 TMUs, 48 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. There's no word on its clock speeds, but we expect it to be either on par with, or slightly higher than those of the GTX 780 Ti.


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GeForce GTX TITAN "Black Edition" to be Followed by GeForce GTX 790?

In a move by NVIDIA that could present enthusiasts with deep pockets more options in the high-end GPU segment, the company is planning not one, but two high-end graphics cards for this quarter (January to March). The company is planning to follow up its February launch of the GeForce GTX TITAN Black Edition with a dual-GPU card based on the GK110 silicon, presumably named "GeForce GTX 790." The card will be launched some time in March, and could help NVIDIA hold onto its own until it can make high-end GPUs on the teething next-generation 20 nm silicon fab process.

The GeForce GTX TITAN Black Edition replaces the GTX TITAN with a product that's not too different from the GTX 780 Ti in terms of core-configuration, but one that comes with 6 GB of memory, full double-precision floating point performance, and probably higher clock speeds. It offers the full complement of 2,880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs, 48 ROPs, and a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface. This card could displace the current GTX TITAN from its $999 price-point.
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