Visually, the GeForce GTX Titan resembles NVIDIA's GTX 690, and ZOTAC's card looks exactly like the reference design. It uses the same sexy unibody design with a magnesium alloy shell and the Plexiglas window. Unlike the GTX 690, there is only a single window, and the fan has been moved further to the back, which makes sense as there is only one GPU to cool now. The card is 27 cm long, which is a bit shorter than the GTX 690.
Installing the card requires two slots in your system.
Display connectivity options include two DVI ports, one full-size DisplayPort, and one full-size HDMI port. You may use all outputs at the same time, so triple-monitor surround gaming is possible with one card.
The GPU also includes an HDMI sound device. It is HDMI 1.4a compatible, which includes HD audio and Blu-ray 3D movies support.
Two SLI connectors are available, which would allow you to pair Zotac's GTX Titan up with three other GTX Titans for a Quad-SLI rig; that is, if you can afford it.
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