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Colorful Shows Off Overclocked GeForce GTX Titan

Colorful has announced its own factory-overclocked version of the GeForce GTX Titan that maintains Nvidia's reference design and the stock vapor-chamber cooler. The standard reference specifications of the GTX Titan are a GK110 GPU baked with a lithography of 28 nm, 2,688 CUDA cores, 48 ROPs, 224 TMUs, 6 GB of GDDR5 over a 384 bit memory interface that runs at 6008 MHz, and a base clock speed of 837 MHz with a GPU boost speed of 876 MHz.

Colorful's GTX Titan however has a maximum GPU clock speed of 983 MHz and a memory speed of 6400 MHz. This translates to a 12.2 percent increase in clock speed and a 6.7 percent increase in memory speed.

This being said, the most interesting part of this card is the two extra pieces of plastic that act as jacks and reduce stress on the PCB and PCIe port.

No word on pricing, but we can safely assume it will cost more than the reference model from other manufacturers. Sales will begin in the Greater China region, with no word on U.S. or global availability yet.

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  • redeye
    1000 dollars and you get plastic jacks?... how about plastic jacks with the "colorful logo on them"
    or dragon figurines(or ajack in the form of dragon)... a dragon the height of the jacks with a magnetic (steel case bottom) or "hook and loop/velcro" bottom for plastic/aluminum cases)

    That would be a cool tchotchke!.. two dragon figurines that pop up the graphics card...
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  • therogerwilco
    Yummy
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  • nforce4max
    Can just get the normal retail version and use some credit cards to prop it up instead or a wad of government bonds for safe measure.
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  • aoneone
    Ha ~ gimmie a break.. the benchmark results and comparisons from the Article review was just terrible and even worse the price to boot.

    If anything, I've made my mind up to the upcoming Radeon 7990 and this is coming from a die-hard Nvidia user for almost 10 years. I can't wait ~ ^_^ Thank you!
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  • steved54321
    redeye, you should join their marketing team :P
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  • chumly
    aoneoneHa ~ gimmie a break.. the benchmark results and comparisons from the Article review was just terrible and even worse the price to boot.If anything, I've made my mind up to the upcoming Radeon 7990 and this is coming from a die-hard Nvidia user for almost 10 years. I can't wait ~ ^_^ Thank you!
    You know a 670 outperforms a 7970 in most situations? http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/508?vs=598
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  • Am I the only one here who has never heard of these guys?
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  • aoneoneHa ~ gimmie a break.. the benchmark results and comparisons from the Article review was just terrible and even worse the price to boot.If anything, I've made my mind up to the upcoming Radeon 7990 and this is coming from a die-hard Nvidia user for almost 10 years. I can't wait ~ ^_^ Thank you!No, look at some new benchmarks. Far Cry 3 would be a good example of a more recent one, 7970 is better than the 670
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  • It's not a very colorful graphics card :p
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  • 10tacle
    athulajpNo, look at some new benchmarks. Far Cry 3 would be a good example of a more recent one, 7970 is better than the 670
    Yeah by a whopping 1FPS at 2560x1600 stock for stock:

    http://www.guru3d.com/index.php?ct=articles&action=file&id=2374


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