Nvidia GeForce Titan Seen by WCCF, Listed on Proshop for $1,300
Aside from a presumed February launch, not much has been confirmed about the Titans tech specifications. However, the site’s sources confirm the new high-end card will pack 6 GB of video memory, and the GK110 chip will have 2,688 Cuda cores. Other usual fare includes a 384-bit memory interface, PCI Express 3.0, dual DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort on board.
Proshop, a European hardware retailer, recently had a listing for the Titan, but that post has been removed. Along with confirming some of the above specs, it listed the Titan at €900, or roughly USD $1,300. With dual-GPU GTX 690 models going for around $1,000 online, the higher price for a single GPU SKU is staggering to say the least.
The Titan will likely hit store shelves later this month, but some of the specs are still murky. The Internet seems to be split down the middle, with some believing Titan is merely a code word for the GTX 780, while others think it’s a Tesla GPU repurposed for gaming. Either way, it’s shaping up to be quite the card, as TweakTown reports its single GPU performance bests the GTX 690.