NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Gets Potential New Release Date – Nvidia CEO Also Defends $3000 Price Tag
There is still no word about when Nvidia’s flagship GPU, the GeForce GTX
Titan Z will finally be available to us. The card was to be released in
April but has repeatedly been delayed – with software issues being
cited as the reason. The GeForce GTX Titan Z is expected to be a monster
with some mega-specifications. Based on Nvidia’s GK110 architecture, it
is to feature dual cores, with 5760 CUDA cores, 448 TMUs and 96 ROPs.
These will be coupled with a huge 12gb VRAM. Now some sources
expect the launch date of the card to be 28th May, which is next week.
There are several assumptions as to what could be in behind the scene
software workings going on at Nvidia. Drivers to provide more power and
improved SLI profiles are the ones which have gained the most traction
and credibility so far.