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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Pics Leak, Release Delayed

By Hilda Scott email: h.scott@itechpost.com , Feb 18, 2013 05:19 PM EST

Nvidia is reportedly delaying the launch date for its GeForce GTX Titan graphic card. Official pictures leaked by Egypthardware anticipated the arrival of the cards, and anxious consumers are awaiting the benchmark results.

Reports said what is going to be the fastest single GPU graphics card is a limited edition and will be go on sale on Feb. 21. Rumors are circulating that it could be an even later date and fans are impatient. Photos of slides from Nvidia's presentation indicate a new GPUB 2.0. It's determined the Boost clock receives additional power via cranking up the Boost P-state to a higher voltage. From the slide, it's confirmed that the graphics card is like the previous NVIDI Kepler lower cost graphic cards.

The GeForce GTX Titan rumors to take back its reputation of providing high performance products based on the same GK100 graphics processing capabilities as the Tesla K20.

According to leaked information, the device will have 6GB of GDDR5 memory and a single GK-110-based Kepler GPU. Connections will include two DVI, one HDMI and one DisplayPort.

Although Nvidia's current Tesla K20X features almost identical specs to the GeForce GTX Titan, it does not have the s minus graphics outputs. What's impressive is that the GeForce GTX Titan will feature 14 activated SMX units, totaling 2,688 CUDA cores if the rumors are true. Although the current graphic card of the GeForce GTX 600 has more cores (a total of 3,072), the cores are split between two GPUs, unlike the single core design of the GeForce GTX Titan. There are no official figures yet on the pricing of the card and Nvidia is being tight-lipped and not discussing products before an official announcement is made. According to Proshop, the card is expected to go on sale by Feb. 24.  

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