Wednesday, March 26, 2014

NVidia GeForce GTX Titan Z with 12GB of Dedicated Frame Buffer Memory

NVidia introduces GeForce GTX Titan Z during their company's GPU Technology Conference 2014. A surprising line of powerful graphic card treated with 12GB of dedicated frame buffer memory and two Kepler cores. CEO Jen-Hsun Huang officially announced the said device along with SHIELD firmware newest updates.

Furthermore, it is the next generation of GPU primarily designed for desktop computer to answer the needs of gaming industry. NVidia's GeForce GTX Titan Z supports a 5K multi-display technology added with dynamic power balancing at the same clock speed. It has a well improve noise reduction design and effective but simple cooling system.

NVidia GeForce GTX Titan Z is ideal for any type of power PC intended for gaming. A well-improve and advance GPU which can replaced its predecessors in stores. However, due to its underlying technology and features, the said new line of graphic card will hit the market for about $3,000.00 as noted by Engadget.

NVidia GeForce GTX Titan Z GPU

Few days ago, NVidia also revealed their very own GeForce GTX 800M for portable computers. A power-efficient line of GPU typically designed to extend the battery life of any supported machines.



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