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NVIDIA GTX TITAN X Performance Review @ Hardware Canucks

Another year and another TITAN is upon us.  This time NVIDIA is launching the TITAN X, a card that sports an 8 billion transistor GM200 core, 12GB of memory and unbelievable performance. NVIDIA GTX TITAN X Performance Review @ Hardware Canucks

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NVIDIA GeForce TITAN X Video Card Review @ HardOCP

The TITAN X video card has 12GB of VRAM, not 11.5GB, 50% more streaming units, 50% more texture units, and 50% more CUDA cores than the current GTX 980 flagship NVIDIA GPU. While this is not our full TITAN X review, this preview focuses on what the TITAN X delivers when directly compared to the GTX 980. NVIDIA GeForce TITAN ...

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NVIDIA GeForce TitanX @ TechPowerUP

The GM200 could wind up being a lesson in VLSI design if the GeForce GTX TITAN X ends up meeting the performance-per-watt trends set by its smaller GM204-based siblings because it features a jaw-dropping 8 billion transistors in a square 601 mm² die, the biggest ever on the 28 nm node. NVIDIA gave it the same exact TDP rating of ...

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There is a new boss in town called TITAN X

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Today NVIDIA unleashed the newest graphic card in the TITAN series, the TITAN X. TITAN X is the ultimate gaming GPU, designed to tackle the latest games with ease, be that at 1920×1080, 2560×1440, or 3840×2160. Twice as fast and twice as energy efficient as previous-generation TITANs, and with double the memory, TITAN X lets you game at any resolution ...

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NVIDIA’s Titan X Graphics Card Takes Center Stage at GDC


During EPIC CEO Tim Sweeney’s keynote address, NVIDIA CEO Jen Hsun Huang made a surprise appearance carrying a box containing NVIDIA’s latest and greatest graphics card: The Titan X. Not much details were revealed yet but what is known is that the Maxwell-based graphics card will have eight billion transistors and a 12GB framebuffer. The unveiling was a response at ...

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MAINGEAR DRIFT Unveiled: Ultra-Compact STEAM Machine and Gaming PC


MAINGEAR is bringing high-end PC gaming to the living room with the unveiling of the DRIFT, an ultra-compact gaming PC and STEAM machine equipped with a powerful i7-4790K CPU with either an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 or an AMD Radeon R9 290X for a smooth framerate gameplay. Each MAINGEAR DRIFT system has up to 16GB of memory with room for ...

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NVIDIA Introduces SHIELD 4K Android TV Console at GDC for $199


NVIDIA announced at GDC 2015 the latest evolution of their SHIELD device, now available for the living room. It is a AndroidTV-based device that is designed not just for 4K entertainment delivery but for games streaming as well. That is 4K @ 60Hz with H.265 streaming. The system itself is quite compact as demonstrated by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang and ...

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EVGA Announces 4GB GTX 960 Video Cards


The standard GTX 960 comes with 2GB of GDDR5 but NVIDIA’s partners including EVGA have released new 4GB variants for better performance in higher-resolution gaming and to better deal with higher quality textures in the latest games. EVGA offers three different 4GB GTX 960 models, each equipped with EVGA’s ACX 2.0+ cooling system: EVGA GeForce GTX 960 Comparison Chart: Video ...

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Gigabyte WaterForce 3 Way SLI Review: A Force to Reckoned With

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There comes a time when you have to do something outrageous in order to advance yourself. The companies that are always in the forefront are continuously on this edge, pushing and striving for better products. As a consumer we might ask: Why in the world would they make this and who will buy it? Gigabyte has the answer to both of ...

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An Open Letter Regarding the GTX 970 Issue from NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang

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NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang penned an open letter today addressing the GeForce GTX 970 issue head on and asking for an apology from their customers, 5-days after a class-action lawsuit was filed against NVIDIA because of this recent controversy. In a blog post on NVIDIA’s website, Jen-Hsun promises that the issue will not happen again and that the features of ...

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