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GeForce GTX Titan LE GPU-Z Information Leaked

A screenshot of GPU-Z has been leaked, which shows some specifications that we can only assume to be a less expensive version of the GTX Titan. While the GTX Titan has 14 out of 15 SMX units on the GK110 core enabled, the Titan LE would only have 12 out of 15 enabled. As a result, the card would have 2,304 cores, 40 ROPs, and 192 TMUs.

It also seems that the total onboard memory would be reduced to 5 GB and would run over a 320-bit memory interface. The original GTX Titan had its 6 GB memory run over a 384-bit memory interface. This would mean that the card would pump 240.3 GB/s of bandwidth.

Surprisingly, the clock speeds appear to be identical to those on the GTX Titan, running at 837 base and 876 boost. The memory clock speed would also remain at 6,008 MHz. While these specifications do point to a card weaker than the GTX Titan, it will still be very potent.

Lastly, the validity of the screenshot can also be questioned. The Device ID, BIOS Version and Release Date have been blurred out. Regarding the release date though, it has already been confirmed that a new GK110 GPU is arriving sometime in Q3 2013. Assuming that these specifications are correct, multiple sources indicate expected pricing to be around $700.

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  • spagalicious
    Haha only $700? How affordable and practical...
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  • warezme
    I see the "Titan" series is nothing but spring cleaning of left over parts before next gen hits the scene.
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  • wavetrex
    Makes no sense. With those specifications it will be very close in performance to a slightly overclocked 7970 GE, which costs just 450$.

    It would only be somewhat useful for number crunchers, as a graphics card this would be totally pointless.
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  • rohitbaran
    At $700, it is still ridiculously overpriced and it will be launched later, when the Radeon HD8xxx series will be around the corner.
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  • noblerabbit
    There is a major problem happening in the industry right now, there are no reasons to buy such expensive videcards anylonger, as no one is developing any worthy game to take advantage. If Nvidia can perhaps shed some of its billion dollar coffers to stimulate proper gaming dev studios to take advantage of needing a Titan, then hey! they might sell more than 100pcs northamerican wide this year. Too bad there is no greasing between the GPU makers and Software developers, all we have is, hey! here's a $30 coupon if you buy 'that' game! PS4 is coming this fall, none of these articles matter to most, anymore.
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  • ojas
    noblerabbitThere is a major problem happening in the industry right now, there are no reasons to buy such expensive videcards anylonger, as no one is developing any worthy game to take advantage.I assure you, had Nvidia priced Titan Proper at $500, it would have sold like hot cakes.

    The reason not to buy such an expensive card is that it's overpriced.
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  • StrangeDaze
    I agree. They should take a page from Steam sales i.e., 10000 units at $1000 is WAY less than 100000 at $500. But I'm just an engineer with common sense, what can we know about marketing and sales?
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  • slomo4sho
    I can manage a 7970 crossfire configuration for $700...
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  • 17seconds
    Since the Titan is sold out everywhere, it's difficult to say that it is overpriced from a marketing and sales perspective.
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  • jessterman21
    I assure you, had Nvidia priced Titan Proper at $500, it would have sold like hot cakes.

    The reason not to buy such an expensive card is that it's overpriced.

    +1

    There's a clear price/performance line up to $250, but cards get more and more overpriced from there up. (I realize this is normal, but it's especially bad this generation, especially since these cards are nearing a year old.) If the GTX Titan had been released at a "reasonable" $599 or so, Nvidia could've taken the opportunity to shake up both vendors' product stacks - and taken a huge lead in sales, even in the light of the Never Settles. 690: $750, 680: $350, 670: $300, 660Ti: $250 - included with the changes they've made to the prices of their lower-range cards, it could've been a landslide with AMD scrambling.
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