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Wow, just when we all thought that the PlayStation 4's 8GB GDDR5 shared CPU/GPU architecture was rocking the boat and giving PC gamers a serious run for their money, Nvidia had to go and announce the Titan. This card lives up to its name and sports 6 whole gigabyte of GDDR5 memory dedicated to graphics processing power.
As noted in the press announcement...
The EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN combines extraordinary power, advanced control features with EVGA Precision X, and game-changing thermal and acoustic capabilities to provide an entirely new class of super-performance graphics cards.
The card is just unbelievably powerful, designed from the “DNA of Supercomputers”, the Titan sports 2688 CUDA cores, and rocks base clock speeds of 837mhz, with obvious overclocking capabilities.
Most impressive, however, is the memory management, which prompts for a memory bandwidth of a nearly unfathomable 288.38 gigabytes per second. Seriously, WTF?!
I would love, love, love to see a game push this card to its burning point, because with stats like that I doubt we'll see any game come close until the start of the generation after this upcoming one.
The Titan also has a memory clock rate of 6ghz and sports all the fancy schmancy Nvidia tools and toys, including TXAA technology, GPU Boost 2.0, Nvidia Surround 3D support and most importantly, PhysX.
You can learn more about EVGA's GeForce GTX Titan Supercomputer GPU by visiting the Official Website. Battlefield 4? Bring it on.