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GeForce GTX Titan Inbound, Already Listed at Online Retailer

By - Source: WCCF Tech | B 46 comments

The GeForce Titan has now been listed online. The website 'Proshop', a European online retailer, had an Asus version of the card listed for preorder.

The link to the online listing has been taken down, but not before the guys over at WCCF Tech managed to get a screenshot. Unfortunately there was no image of the Titan, but there were a few confirmed specifications.

For starters, the name 'GeForce GTX Titan' was used in the listing instead of the branding that some other websites used, the GTX 780. As we have read from the rumors, the GK110-based consumer GPU will simply be called the GeForce GTX Titan.

Some other information that was seen on the screenshot included a confirmation of the 6 GB of VRAM, PCIe x16 3.0 support, and a max resolution of 2560 x 1650. Regarding the resolution, one would expect that the card would have 4K support, but it shouldn't come as a surprise if we get a firmware update later along to add this. Gigabyte has already patched some of their boards to support 4K through dual Thunderbolt.

Earlier rumors indicate that the card might outperform the GTX 690 and will have a TDP of 235 W.

The price that the Asus GeForce GTX Titan was listed for on Proshop was €900, equal to about $1300 by current exchange rates. This is a fairly hefty price tag, but considering this is an early listing it wouldn't be surprising if the price drops to $899, or remains at about €900 for the European market, or both.

Availability is rumored to be between the 24th and the 26th of February, just moments away.

 

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    cooldudesubho , February 8, 2013 4:31 AM
    This thing can surely run crysis....
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    frombehind , February 8, 2013 4:18 AM
    because they have nothing else to put there... there are no official (or reputable un-official) images of this beast yet.
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    sweetleader , February 8, 2013 4:39 AM
    pckitty4427And why is there a picture of a Tesla GPU?


    It's supposedly a Tesla k20x card that couldn't quite meet the bin requirements for being in servers.
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    pckitty4427 , February 8, 2013 4:13 AM
    And why is there a picture of a Tesla GPU?
  • 20 Hide
    frombehind , February 8, 2013 4:18 AM
    because they have nothing else to put there... there are no official (or reputable un-official) images of this beast yet.
  • 22 Hide
    cooldudesubho , February 8, 2013 4:31 AM
    This thing can surely run crysis....
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    sweetleader , February 8, 2013 4:39 AM
    pckitty4427And why is there a picture of a Tesla GPU?


    It's supposedly a Tesla k20x card that couldn't quite meet the bin requirements for being in servers.
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    Anonymous , February 8, 2013 4:48 AM
    you are correct it is a K20 card and the benchmarks show its faster by 10% than the 690 GTX
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    mayankleoboy1 , February 8, 2013 4:59 AM
    PreferLinuxExcept I am extremely doubtful that it is a dual-GPU card. More likely it is a single-GPU card and the benchmark is a fake.


    its not a dual gpu card. its one single GK110 chip
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    stickmansam , February 8, 2013 5:13 AM
    The benchmark is arguably fake/doctored and I doubt the Titan will be released out side of a limited number and a high price for those who wish to have 690 like performance without having to run into SLI scaling issues
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    Anonymous , February 8, 2013 5:34 AM
    its a single card guys, 10% faster than a GTX 690. this is what nvidia wanted to put out originally but the yelid was extremely low, they must of figured out to fix that.
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    crisan_tiberiu , February 8, 2013 5:34 AM
    90E in Eu = 900$ in Us because in the EU all the taxes are included in the price.
  • 5 Hide
    Anonymous , February 8, 2013 5:35 AM
    since it's a single GPU, I want to see Quad-Sli!
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    crisan_tiberiu , February 8, 2013 5:35 AM
    edit* 900E
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    johnsonjohnson , February 8, 2013 5:57 AM
    Who are going to buy these cards?
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    anxiousinfusion , February 8, 2013 5:58 AM
    So this is independent of the 600 or 700 series?
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    raxman , February 8, 2013 6:20 AM
    Maybe it will be released on April 1st?

    Anyway, the point of this card is for CUDA/compute, not for games. The GK104 is rather weak when it comes to compute, especially for double floating point, and a Titan with a GK110 would be competitive with AMD again for "budget" compute.
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    raxman , February 8, 2013 6:21 AM
    Maybe it will be released on April 1st?

    Anyway, the point of this card is for CUDA/compute, not for games. The GK104 is rather weak when it comes to compute, especially for double floating point, and a Titan with a GK110 would be competitive with AMD again for "budget" compute.
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    stickmansam , February 8, 2013 6:25 AM
    anxiousinfusionSo this is independent of the 600 or 700 series?

    based off of the kepler arch 6xx but not actually part of the 6xx lineup

    PreferLinuxEXACTLY my point. The K20 IS dual-GPU.


    it is not

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    iam2thecrowe , February 8, 2013 6:33 AM
    cooldudesubhoThis thing can surely run crysis....

    crysis 3 even.
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    raxman , February 8, 2013 6:34 AM
    The K10 has two GPUs (two GK104). The K20 has one GK110.
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