NVIDIA has officially unveiled its GTX Titan, a powerful graphic card, which has the ability to power the world’s first gaming supercomputers and comes with 2,688 CUDA cores, 6 GB of GDDR5 RAM and 7.1 billion transistors. The 10.5″ powerhouse also has the ability to push 4,500 gigaflops of raw power.
The latest graphic card from the American company was in action, bootstrapped to two others running together and the GTX Titan powered the graphics from the Crysis 3, which was running at 5760×1080 pixel resolution across three monitors.
NVIDIA also showcased its latest graphic card in a Falcon Northwest boutique PC, and the company is working with a range of boutique PC makers, to integrate their GTX Titan graphic card.
The powerful GTX Titan will be replacing GTX 690 to take the company’s top honors and the graphic card will surely add a new look to PC gaming platform. NVIDIA’s latest GPU will cost you $1000 and is expected to be available in the market very soon.
Here’s the first look at the GeForce GTX Titan, NVIDIA’s latest GPU.