|Max Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|Memory Speed||7000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||12 GB|
EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN Z 12GB GDDR5 768 Bit GPU Graphics Card (12G-P4-3990-KR)
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- Base Clock: 705 MHZBoost Clock: 876 MHzMemory Clock: 7000 MHz EffectiveCUDA Cores: 5760Bus Type: PCI-E 3.0Memory Detail: 12288MB GDDR5Memory Bit Width: 768 BitMemory Speed: 0.28nsMemory Bandwidth: 672 GB/s
- NVIDIA SLI ReadyNVIDIA SMX EngineNVIDIA GPU BoostNVIDIA Adaptive Vertical SyncNVIDIA SurroundSupports four concurrent displaysMicrosoft DirectX 12 API (feature level 11_0)Support
- NVIDIA 3D Vision ReadyNVIDIA CUDA TechnologyPCI Express 3.0 SupportOpenGL 4.4 SupportOpenCL SupportNVIDIA FXAA TechnologyNVIDIA TXAA Technology
- Recommended PSU: 700W or greater power supply with a minimum of 42 Amp on the +12 volt rail
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GeForce GTX TITAN Z is a gaming monster, built to power the most extreme gaming rigs on the planet. With amassive 5760 cores, 12 GB of 7 Gbps GDDR5 memory, and the most advanced power delivery system, GTXTITAN Z offers truly insane performance. It's easily the fastest graphics card we've ever made.GTX TITAN Z is designed with the highest-grade components to deliver the best experience - incredible speedand cool, quiet performance-all in a stunningly crafted aluminum case.The groundbreaking dual-GPU GTX TITAN Z uses new dynamic power balancing technology that ensures peakperformance across two GPUs with optimal power delivery. This means you can game on multi-monitor displaysand hyper PCs at high setting and super-fast frame rates. With support for NVIDIA SLI, you can even add asecond card and immerse yourself in graphically intense games like Watch Dogs in full 4K Surround.
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There are cases where double precision is necessary to prevent round off error from propagating through an algorithm, so you can't really compare this card to a similar card that has crippled double precision.
There are also cases, such as 3D computed tomography, where a very large amount of memory may be needed to fully load the data in. There are machines that have 500+ gb of RAM for this, so you can see why a researcher or company would pay so much just to have a little more memory on a GPU. (Obviously 500 > 12, I'm just giving an idea for how big the data can get and why someone would want more memory)
This card could also mean the difference between waiting 2 hours for code to run, vs 1 minute. If a company is paying an engineer $40/hour, then this card makes up for its cost in the time it saves.
Perhaps there is a better AMD alternative, but there are several things that might lock a user into sticking with Nvidia, such as Matlab or CUDA.
So I guess I wasted a couple minutes writing this review because the MS paint and minesweeper joke reviews were so common, and I don't understand why someone would think they are funny. It would be like laughing at a super car because it gets bad gas mileage or has limited passenger space. No one does that. My only conclusion is that those people are unaware that there might be some guy who actually needs to get from point A to point B that fast, which is image processing in this analogy. Nvidia knows that if you absolutely need to go this fast, you can pay for it.
Someone might be able to make the argument there is another card more suitable for these purposes; however, the argument that this card is excessive doesn't make sense, and it isn't funny.
tl;dr No one would ever buy this for gaming. They would buy it for research/development employing double precision parallel processing.
No problems at all installing it, save for the fact that RedHat Linux absolutely despises NVIDIA's proprietary driver. After breaking the bootloader three times trying to install it, we switched to Ubuntu and had no problems. If you're running Windows (which most of you probably are) it'll be much easier anyway. So unless you're running Redhat/Fedora/CentOS, it's a great buy, definitely futureproof for quite some time.
After checking out the more satirical reviews I will mention I bought the Titan Z when it was more deeply discounted. Smiles.
If you are into gaming consider buying 2 or 3 nVidia GTX 980's instead and running them in SLI. The total accumulated memory and performance would be better and about the same cost. I didn't have that much real estate on my motherboard so for me the Titan Z was a good solution and more reasonable then a dedicated workstation card.
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Find something better to do wth your time and leave the reviews to REAL reviews.