NVIDIA overnight revealed their new GTX Titan, the card with the sort of power you’ll find in the Titan, the the Oak Ridge Supercomputer. Their site features a flashy video but it doesn’t tell you a lot about what’s inside, so — courtesy of Anantech, whose breakdown you should absolutely read — I’ve embedded the following chart below that shows where it falls on the NVIDIA GTX scale.
NVIDIA are pushing it hard on their site as the ultimate gaming solution, touting its TXAA, PhysX and GPU Boost 2 support with temperature control, overclocking and overvoltage all within the utility.
Note the launch price: $1,000, the same as the GTX 690. But that’s the US price — what will we see here in Australia? Fingers crossed.