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Zotac Launches its Overclocked GeForce GTX Titan

By - Source: TechPowerUp | B 9 comments

Zotac’s GTX Titan Amp! Edition is an overclocked variant of the reference GTX Titan that includes the company’s "Boost Premium software" and Assassin's Creed bundles.

The Zotac GeForce GTX Titan Amp! Edition features a very modest overclock of the graphics card’s core and memory clock, but is otherwise identical to Nvidia’s reference GTX Titan.


Reference GTX Titan

GTX Titan Amp! Edition

% Difference

Core Clock (Base)

836 MHz

902 MHz

7.8%

Core Clock (Boost)

876 MHz

954 MHz

8.9%

Memory Clock

1502 MHz

1652 MHz

10%

It is also worth noting that the GTX Titan Amp! Edition comes with two free bundles. The “Zotac Boost Premium software” bundle includes Nero Kwikmedia, Unigine Heaven DX11 Benchmark, and XBMC. The Zotac Assassin's Creed 3-Game pack provides a free copy of Assassin's Creed, Assassin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed: Revelations.

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    TheMadFapper , May 1, 2013 7:03 AM
    I'm not a fan of this block type chart; it was very confusing to read at first.
    On more relevant grounds: I'm still not paying 1k for a graphics card :) 
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    kid-mid , May 1, 2013 7:06 AM
    same reference design but with higher clocks and higher price, just another Titan.
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    tuxon86 , May 1, 2013 7:07 AM
    XBMC???
    Talk about overkill... I know that the Titan would be just about my last choice to put in an HTPC.
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    Aragorn , May 1, 2013 7:27 AM
    WTF is up with the tables. At least use columns and rows! Why is each column a new table?
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    Aragorn , May 1, 2013 7:27 AM
    WTF is up with the tables. At least use columns and rows! Why is each column a new table?
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    SvRommelvS , May 1, 2013 8:25 AM
    Doesn't the Titan automatically ramp up based on temperatures, making the OC on a reference cooler insignificant?
    Also, shouldn't a $1K card come with a more graphics intensive game than a 2011 title?
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    gsxrme , May 1, 2013 8:31 AM
    TItan's overclock is no longer bound to a preset bios settings but temperature target. unless this Zotac has a better cooler, it will be throwing money out the Window. same for EVGA and other reference cards being sold as overclock editions
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    traumadisaster , May 1, 2013 9:16 AM
    Toms aweful format. Why is there a "related content" section thar lists a gtx 280? Cmon. Anyway I need some extra juice for the 4k tv I just ordered, will need a 790 or titan to replace my 580.
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    17seconds , May 1, 2013 9:36 AM
    The GK110 chip is showing good scaling when overclocking, a reversal from the GK104. This bodes well for the GK110 based GTX 780 and overclocked variants of the Titan..