- Brand Name: EVGA
- Model Number: 06G-P4-2793-KR
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Graphics Coprocessor: GTX TITAN
- Graphics Card Ram: 6144 MB
EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN SuperClocked Signature 6GB GDDR5 384-Bit, Dual-Link DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI,DP, SLI Ready Graphics Card 06G-P4-2793-KR
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- Virtual Reality Ready
- Base Clock: 876 MHz; Boost Clock: 928 MHz
- CUDA Cores: 2688
- Memory: 6144MB GDDR5 384bit; Memory Clock: 6008 MHz Effective
- NVIDIA TXAA, NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0, NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA FXAA, NVIDIA Adaptive Verticle Sync, NVIDIA Surround, NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready, NVIDIA 4-Way SLI Ready, NVIDIA CUDA Technologies
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Top Customer Reviews
In the same way a buyer of a Lamborghini isn't looking for value.
When people point to the, "Flaws" of this godly card, the do so with two usual complaints (now three).
"The price for perfomance, isn't worth it".
Yet if they are complaining about the price, they certainly do not have one and go off websites, people who also can't afford it and AMD fanboys.
Most owners are extremely happy with this card, once Nvidia drivers fixed the idling problems shortly after launch.
"The GTX 690 is faster and a better deal."
You can always spot a tech person who doesn't know what they are talking about when they compare this to the GTX 690, which is two 680 chips.
The 690 might be slightly faster, but it's also two cards and close to the same price - it's SLI, so microshuttering is a issue and I know plenty of people who do not want to deal with it.
Titan is one card, that nearly beats the 690, so the fair comparison would be two Titans, which would eat the 690.
The Titan completely outsold the 690 as well, so it's clear many people agree.
Finally the newest one, "Nvidia ripped me off, the 700 series, is much cheaper for the perfomance which is very close to that of the Titan."
Again people who bought the titan, don't worry about money, so this isn't a issue, the Titan is still the fastest single card today.
When the price of the Titan drops, or people foolishly jump ship and sell it used, you will be able to SLI two Titans for the same price or close range of the 780.
In short, future investment is great, if you buy the titan, so hardly a waste of cash.
I game at 2560 x 1440, and the Titan is the best card for that.Read more ›
Cooler Master Cosmos II Tower
Enermax MaxRevo 1350W Power Supply
MSI Big Bang-XPower II Intel LGA 2011 X79 Mainboard
Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition Sandy Bridge-E 3.3GHz LGA 2011 CPU
3-Way SLI EVGA GTX TITAN SuperClocked Signature 06G-P4-2793-KR
Corsair Dominator GT 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3 1866Mhz (PC3 15000) 1.5v CAS 9-10-9-27 SDRAM
RAID-0 Boot Set: Two Samsung 830 Series 512GB Solid State Drive Array (1TB)
RAID-0 Data Set A: Two Western Digital RE4 2TB SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" 7200 RPM Disk Array (4TB)
RAID-0 Data Set B: Two Western Digital RE4 2TB SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" 7200 RPM Disk Array (4TB)
RAID-5 Archive Set: Four Western Digital Green 2TB 5400 RPM Drobo External Disk Array (6TB)
Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 6-Heatpipe CPU Heatsink
Two Pioneer BDR-207DBKS Blu-ray burners
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plays anything i can throw at it, i have it watercooled. This card is a beast.Published 19 months ago by Corbin Chesley
Great video card for video editing.
This card cut down my rendering times by a lot and deals with 4K video files extremely well.
Unlike the some other reviews by folks who don't own one of these GeForce Titans I do and I have nothing but great things to say about this card. Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by C S Flick