NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Graphics Card
 

The Gaming Supercomputer is born. Powered by the new GeForce® GTX Titan.

 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan is the world’s fastest supercomputer. Now, the same NVIDIA® Kepler™ architecture technology that drives the Titan supercomputer is redefining the gaming experience.

Introducing GeForce GTX TITAN

 
GeForce GTX Titan Graphics Card

Power and Performance

Only GTX TITAN has the same rare combination of raw power and efficiency made for the supercomputer. You get 2,688 NVIDIA CUDA® cores and 4.5 teraflops of gaming horsepower. Plus, GTX TITAN delivers a 384-bit memory interface running at a blazing fast 6 Gbps for an amazing 288 GB/s of memory bandwidth—enough power to drive even the most extreme high-resolution gaming.

 
GeForce GTX Titan Design

STUNNING Design

GTX TITAN gives you the perfect blend of elegant looks, premium craftsmanship, and superior acoustics. It’s made with cast aluminum, the highest-quality components, and an innovative vapor chamber technology and extended fin-stack to minimize noise while maximizing the gaming experience.

 
GeForce GTX Titan Ultimate Gaming PC

The World’s First Gaming Supercomputer

Now you can play the most graphics-intensive games at max settings and the highest frame rates—every title, every time. GeForce GTX TITAN was built to deliver the ultimate gaming experience through exclusive NVIDIA technologies like TXAA™ antialiasing, PhysX®, and GPU Boost 2.0 for a new level of customization and advanced controls.

GTX TITAN enables a new class of gaming computers, whether you’re building the world’s fastest gaming PCs with 3-way NVIDIA SLI® or smaller form-factor gaming PCs that provide beautiful design with great performance.

Gear Up. Game On. GeForce GTX
 

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