Geforce Titan PCB pic. leak, Price Included-

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#1 Posted by homeboylizard (1289 posts) -

Accoriding to the latest roumors, Geforce Titan will hold 6GB of VRam, have a TDP of 235-250W and take up just 2 slots in your rig.

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A, not so legit leak, showes Titan score X7377 on 3DMark 11, but the fishy part is that GPU-Z recognizes the Titan as GTX 780 which is just stupid.

lih

The blurred out photo shows 12 memory banks on the front, an we can assume 12 on the back,so it reaches 6GB. In the middle, the only un-blurred detail is the massive core of te GPU saying; Taiwan, GK 110.

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Further more, a price leak has been found, on a Scandinavian site, selling the GPU for 7000 kronas, which come up to around ~1000 US Dollars. This is very close te the first leaked price of 899$, but someone may get scared of 4 digit numbers.

First clocks have leaked: Asus Geforce Titan- Base 915 Boost: 1018/ Mem-6008Mhz

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If the info is true, this card can beat a GTX 690 and the ROG ARES II like nothing. Nvidia just reserved the top once again, your move ATi!

Sources:

http://wccftech.com/asus-geforce-titan-6-gb-listed-online-1300-launch-imminent/

http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/16495-nvidia-geforce-gtx-titan-far-6-gb-minne

http://wccftech.com/exclusive-nvidia-geforce-titan-pcb-unveiled-6-gb-memory-gk110-gpu-8-phase-supply/

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-titan-listing-reveals-6-gb-512bit-memory-915-mhz-core-1019-mhz-boost-clocks/

#2 Posted by mitu123 (153911 posts) -

Good lord, that is crazy!

#3 Posted by C_Rule (9739 posts) -
You can't work out the US price of something by converting the price from another country.
#4 Posted by Toxic-Seahorse (4118 posts) -
So basically you can buy an entire gaming PC for the price of this card...
#5 Posted by darksusperia (6899 posts) -

Further more, a price leak has been found, on a Scandinavian site, selling the GPU for 7000 kronas, which come up to around 1200 US Dollars. This is nowehere near te first suggested price of 899$, and will back people off.

 

Seriously, if this price is true NV needs to get it's stuff together. A top of the line single GPU should always remain under 1000$, maybe less than 800$. You need to draw a line between pro and consumer GPU's, not blur it out.

homeboylizard
no it doesnt. The ROG ARES II dual 7970 card was $1899 here in AUS, guess what, its sold out. A single gpu card that can single handedly smack the living out of the Ares II and 690 is worth that..
#6 Posted by homeboylizard (1289 posts) -
You can't work out the US price of something by converting the price from another country.C_Rule
Good point, that puts it somewhere in ~1000 dollars range. More affordable, especially if it eats 690's for breakfast. I'll edit my post.
#7 Posted by Elann2008 (32953 posts) -
Not surprised since the GTX 690 was like $1000? Too much for my blood. Whether you're loaded in cash or not, I would never pay that much for a single GPU card.
#8 Posted by darksusperia (6899 posts) -
Not surprised since the GTX 690 was like $1000? Too much for my blood. Whether you're loaded in cash or not, I would never pay that much for a single GPU card. Elann2008
I think with UHD on the horizon (albeit still expensive) this is the tech side of it catching up. Always a premium for entry on the cusp of new standards.
#9 Posted by Horgen (110055 posts) -
You can't work out the US price of something by converting the price from another country.C_Rule
Exactly. That is closer to 899 or 849. Possible even lower.
#10 Posted by hrt_rulz01 (5765 posts) -
Going to be hard to resist this card but I don't know if I can justify spending that much.
#11 Posted by darksusperia (6899 posts) -
Going to be hard to resist this card but I don't know if I can justify spending that much.hrt_rulz01
of course you can.. go on, spend ;)
#12 Posted by GioVela2010 (4018 posts) -
No point
#13 Posted by FaustArp (1038 posts) -
WOW. If everything is legit then Titan is amazing...
#14 Posted by topgunmv (10175 posts) -

No pointGioVela2010

#15 Posted by homeboylizard (1289 posts) -

No pointGioVela2010
Care to clarify? It offers a mind blowing increase in performance than he 690!

But, let's take for example a GTX 680 in SLI. It comes pretty close to the performance of the 690, but with more heat, micro-stuttering, higher power consumption and what not.

The 690 solves micro-stuttering, offers better framerate...but it's downclocked because the heat generated cannot evaporate so quickly, so the only solution is water cooling...which Rog Ares II had.

Now, talking about power consumption; Titan is said to have a TDP of 250W, which is far lower than 690 or 680's in sli. 

And, if Nvidia allows modding the coolers, fans, etc. You are going to see better aftermark cooling solutions, meaning that heat won't really be the problem.

If you can't have something, don't diss it. Accept it and:

ff

#16 Posted by clyde46 (44856 posts) -
I fail to see where Nvidia is going with this card, is this the GTX780 or a completely different card? Given that the 680 is smacked around the 7970 Ghz edition given its price point.
#17 Posted by GioVela2010 (4018 posts) -

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"]No pointhomeboylizard

Care to clarify? It offers a mind blowing increase in performance than he 690!

But, let's take for example a GTX 680 in SLI. It comes pretty close to the performance of the 690, but with more heat, micro-stuttering, higher power consumption and what not.

The 690 solves micro-stuttering, offers better framerate...but it's downclocked because the heat generated cannot evaporate so quickly, so the only solution is water cooling...which Rog Ares II had.

Now, talking about power consumption; Titan is said to have a TDP of 250W, which is far lower than 690 or 680's in sli. 

And, if Nvidia allows modding the coolers, fans, etc. You are going to see better aftermark cooling solutions, meaning that heat won't really be the problem.

If you can't have something, don't diss it. Accept it and:

ff

To play 99% of games at 160 FPS instead of 90 FPS? Yah who cares, by the time more graphically demanding games are released (2-3 years) there will be cards of Equal power for $500
#18 Posted by FaustArp (1038 posts) -

[QUOTE="homeboylizard"]

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"]No pointGioVela2010

Care to clarify? It offers a mind blowing increase in performance than he 690!

But, let's take for example a GTX 680 in SLI. It comes pretty close to the performance of the 690, but with more heat, micro-stuttering, higher power consumption and what not.

The 690 solves micro-stuttering, offers better framerate...but it's downclocked because the heat generated cannot evaporate so quickly, so the only solution is water cooling...which Rog Ares II had.

Now, talking about power consumption; Titan is said to have a TDP of 250W, which is far lower than 690 or 680's in sli. 

And, if Nvidia allows modding the coolers, fans, etc. You are going to see better aftermark cooling solutions, meaning that heat won't really be the problem.

If you can't have something, don't diss it. Accept it and:

ff

To play 99% of games at 160 FPS instead of 90 FPS? Yah who cares, by the time more graphically demanding games are released (2-3 years) there will be cards of Equal power for $500


Like Crysis 3 which can't be maxed by any current single card and is coming out this month?  :roll:

#19 Posted by GioVela2010 (4018 posts) -

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"][QUOTE="homeboylizard"] Care to clarify? It offers a mind blowing increase in performance than he 690!

But, let's take for example a GTX 680 in SLI. It comes pretty close to the performance of the 690, but with more heat, micro-stuttering, higher power consumption and what not.

The 690 solves micro-stuttering, offers better framerate...but it's downclocked because the heat generated cannot evaporate so quickly, so the only solution is water cooling...which Rog Ares II had.

Now, talking about power consumption; Titan is said to have a TDP of 250W, which is far lower than 690 or 680's in sli. 

And, if Nvidia allows modding the coolers, fans, etc. You are going to see better aftermark cooling solutions, meaning that heat won't really be the problem.

If you can't have something, don't diss it. Accept it and:

ff

FaustArp

To play 99% of games at 160 FPS instead of 90 FPS? Yah who cares, by the time more graphically demanding games are released (2-3 years) there will be cards of Equal power for $500


Like Crysis 3 which can't be maxed by any current single card and is coming out this month?  :roll:

1 percenter :|
#20 Posted by FaustArp (1038 posts) -

[QUOTE="FaustArp"]

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"] To play 99% of games at 160 FPS instead of 90 FPS? Yah who cares, by the time more graphically demanding games are released (2-3 years) there will be cards of Equal power for $500GioVela2010


Like Crysis 3 which can't be maxed by any current single card and is coming out this month?  :roll:

1 percenter :|

Maybe.

But with new consoles on the horizon, I wouldn't be totally shocked to see more PC games with more demanding graphics. 

Maybe Metro Last Light?  Maybe even Watch Dogs?...

#21 Posted by trastamad03 (4852 posts) -
" As for launch, sources are indicating a release of GeForce Titan around 24th February 26th February. This isnt that far away much and expect more details as launch nears." What? Please be true...
#22 Posted by GioVela2010 (4018 posts) -

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"][QUOTE="FaustArp"]


Like Crysis 3 which can't be maxed by any current single card and is coming out this month?  :roll:

FaustArp

1 percenter :|

Maybe.

But with new consoles on the horizon, I wouldn't be totally shocked to see more PC games with more demanding graphics. 

Maybe Metro Last Light?  Maybe even Watch Dogs?...

Maybe buy what's the rush to pay full price for those single player games? I understand a game with multiplayer so yiu can play with friends, but not really single player
#23 Posted by homeboylizard (1289 posts) -
[QUOTE="trastamad03"]" As for launch, sources are indicating a release of GeForce Titan around 24th February 26th February. This isnt that far away much and expect more details as launch nears." What? Please be true...

Yeah, I'm hoping for a late February, Mid-March release date.
#24 Posted by Truth_Hurts_U (9123 posts) -

"Accoriding to the latest roumors, Geforce Titan will hold 6GB of VRam, have a TDP of 235-250W and take up just 2 slots in your rig."

If the blurry picture is anything it's a 350 watt card.

So these rumors are inconsistent.

#25 Posted by homeboylizard (1289 posts) -

"Accoriding to the latest roumors, Geforce Titan will hold 6GB of VRam, have a TDP of 235-250W and take up just 2 slots in your rig."

If the blurry picture is anything it's a 350 watt card.

So these rumors are inconsistent.

Truth_Hurts_U
How do you work out TDP out of a blurred out shot? The TDP I pulled was from a tech site claiming ruomors.
#26 Posted by Truth_Hurts_U (9123 posts) -

How do you work out TDP out of a blurred out shot? The TDP I pulled was from a tech site claiming ruomors.homeboylizard

Because you can see it has 1x 6 pin PCIe power and 1x 8 pin PCIe power. For a total of 300 watts.

*Edit*

350 = 300 sorry. :P

PCIe 6 pin is 75 watts, PCIe 8 is 150 watts and Motherboard PCIe power is 75 Watts.

#27 Posted by 04dcarraher (19232 posts) -

[QUOTE="homeboylizard"] How do you work out TDP out of a blurred out shot? The TDP I pulled was from a tech site claiming ruomors.Truth_Hurts_U

Because you can see it has 1x 6 pin PCIe power and 1x 8 pin PCIe power. For a total of 300 watts.

*Edit*

350 = 300 sorry. :P

PCIe 6 pin is 75 watts, PCIe 8 is 150 watts and Motherboard PCIe power is 75 Watts.

I was about to say.... 75+75+150=300w not 350w lol
#28 Posted by homeboylizard (1289 posts) -
[QUOTE="Truth_Hurts_U"]

[QUOTE="homeboylizard"] How do you work out TDP out of a blurred out shot? The TDP I pulled was from a tech site claiming ruomors.04dcarraher

Because you can see it has 1x 6 pin PCIe power and 1x 8 pin PCIe power. For a total of 300 watts.

*Edit*

350 = 300 sorry. :P

PCIe 6 pin is 75 watts, PCIe 8 is 150 watts and Motherboard PCIe power is 75 Watts.

I was about to say.... 75+75+150=300w not 350w lol

Oh, learnt something new. Still great anyway...my 650W Seasonic can handle it.
#29 Posted by GioVela2010 (4018 posts) -
[QUOTE="04dcarraher"][QUOTE="Truth_Hurts_U"]

Because you can see it has 1x 6 pin PCIe power and 1x 8 pin PCIe power. For a total of 300 watts.

*Edit*

350 = 300 sorry. :P

PCIe 6 pin is 75 watts, PCIe 8 is 150 watts and Motherboard PCIe power is 75 Watts.

homeboylizard
I was about to say.... 75+75+150=300w not 350w lol

Oh, learnt something new. Still great anyway...my 650W Seasonic can handle it.

I guess. Wouldn't be operating at optimal efficiency however
#30 Posted by 04dcarraher (19232 posts) -

[QUOTE="homeboylizard"][QUOTE="04dcarraher"] I was about to say.... 75+75+150=300w not 350w lolGioVela2010
Oh, learnt something new. Still great anyway...my 650W Seasonic can handle it.

I guess. Wouldn't be operating at optimal efficiency however

Quite it.... his psu can most likely supply 90%+ of its total wattage through the 12v rail/s.... and even at 100% load still have a 80% efficiency

#31 Posted by hrt_rulz01 (5765 posts) -
[QUOTE="hrt_rulz01"]Going to be hard to resist this card but I don't know if I can justify spending that much.darksusperia
of course you can.. go on, spend ;)

Oh I'd love to... Believe me.
#32 Posted by SystemsGO (1071 posts) -

[QUOTE="hrt_rulz01"]Going to be hard to resist this card but I don't know if I can justify spending that much.darksusperia
of course you can.. go on, spend ;)

 

Why would anyone spend this much on a card? Especially given the trend of new GPU's popping up like chicken pox? I would not ever spend 899, or even 1000 dollars on a GPU when it will just become obsolete in a year, or two. That's asinine, and unjustifiable, especially considering with most mid-range cards you'll still max out any game at a playabile frame rate. For example, my 570 maxed out every game for 2 years, without an issue. The only hiccup I've had so far is Crysis 3. 

In which case, I could just add in another 570, for considerably cheaper price than a 680, and get much better performance than a 680. You'd be a fool to pay for that GPU. 

#33 Posted by C_Rule (9739 posts) -
This card is obviously not for everyone and it's a bit ignorant to say it has no place. If you're someone who wants to run multiple high-res displays, then you're going to need this kind of GPU power to run games well.
#34 Posted by hartsickdiscipl (14787 posts) -

[QUOTE="homeboylizard"][QUOTE="04dcarraher"] I was about to say.... 75+75+150=300w not 350w lolGioVela2010
Oh, learnt something new. Still great anyway...my 650W Seasonic can handle it.

I guess. Wouldn't be operating at optimal efficiency however

 

Absolute nonsense.  

#35 Posted by GioVela2010 (4018 posts) -
http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspx
#36 Posted by 04dcarraher (19232 posts) -

http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspxGioVela2010
And..... drum roll please...... learn what hardware actually draws.... psu calculators never account for all aspects and go by what manufacturers suggest based on mediocre and or average quality psu's and to cover their butts to be safe.

#37 Posted by hartsickdiscipl (14787 posts) -

http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspxGioVela2010

 

Those calculators are usually SUPER safe in their recommendations.  Even with that being said, the Asus calculator came out to 550 watts for me.  I have a quality 650 watt.  I'm sure I could swing a Titan with no problem at all.  

#38 Posted by 04dcarraher (19232 posts) -

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"]http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspxhartsickdiscipl

 

Those calculators are usually SUPER safe in their recommendations.  Even with that being said, the Asus calculator came out to 550 watts for me.  I have a quality 650 watt.  I'm sure I could swing a Titan with no problem at all.  

Heck that calculator adds an extra 50w the psu for a 3rd hard drive but not a 2nd :lol also it cant do my system's config, but which what I could do it suggests a 750w while my own calculations suggests I max out at 465 at max TDP usage.
#39 Posted by hartsickdiscipl (14787 posts) -

[QUOTE="hartsickdiscipl"]

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"]http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspx04dcarraher

 

Those calculators are usually SUPER safe in their recommendations.  Even with that being said, the Asus calculator came out to 550 watts for me.  I have a quality 650 watt.  I'm sure I could swing a Titan with no problem at all.  

Heck that calculator adds an extra 50w the psu for a 3rd hard drive but not a 2nd :lol also it cant do my system's config, but which what I could do it suggests a 750w while my own calculations suggests I max out at 465 at max TDP usage.

 

Yeah, it's bogus.  I know my system doesn't draw over 400-450 watts absolute max.  Current distribution to the 12-volt rails is a bigger deal than a PSU's wattage output when it comes to a gaming system anyways.  

#40 Posted by ronvalencia (15109 posts) -
[QUOTE="hartsickdiscipl"]

[QUOTE="GioVela2010"]http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspx04dcarraher

 

Those calculators are usually SUPER safe in their recommendations.  Even with that being said, the Asus calculator came out to 550 watts for me.  I have a quality 650 watt.  I'm sure I could swing a Titan with no problem at all.  

Heck that calculator adds an extra 50w the psu for a 3rd hard drive but not a 2nd :lol also it cant do my system's config, but which what I could do it suggests a 750w while my own calculations suggests I max out at 465 at max TDP usage.

Companies has legal liability when presenting information to the public.
#41 Posted by Elann2008 (32953 posts) -
[QUOTE="trastamad03"]" As for launch, sources are indicating a release of GeForce Titan around 24th February 26th February. This isnt that far away much and expect more details as launch nears." What? Please be true...

I would only buy it if it's like $749 or less.. No more than that! I'll use the step-up program. How about you? Interested? :D
#42 Posted by trastamad03 (4852 posts) -

[QUOTE="trastamad03"]" As for launch, sources are indicating a release of GeForce Titan around 24th February 26th February. This isnt that far away much and expect more details as launch nears." What? Please be true...Elann2008
I would only buy it if it's like $749 or less.. No more than that! I'll use the step-up program. How about you? Interested? :D

Definitely interested... Price is a bit high, then again, it's like buying 2 GPUs (2x GTX 670 FTW 4GBs)... It's definitely in my scope though. I also wanna see what AMD brings with the 8970-8990... but still playing games at 2560x1440 @ 120fps ona  single card so no more overheating GPUs... :Q I wannnnnttttttt

#43 Posted by darksusperia (6899 posts) -

[QUOTE="Elann2008"][QUOTE="trastamad03"]" As for launch, sources are indicating a release of GeForce Titan around 24th February 26th February. This isnt that far away much and expect more details as launch nears." What? Please be true...trastamad03

I would only buy it if it's like $749 or less.. No more than that! I'll use the step-up program. How about you? Interested? :D

Definitely interested... Price is a bit high, then again, it's like buying 2 GPUs (2x GTX 670 FTW 4GBs)... It's definitely in my scope though. I also wanna see what AMD brings with the 8970-8990... but still playing games at 2560x1440 @ 120fps ona  single card so no more overheating GPUs... :Q I wannnnnttttttt

most definately.
#44 Posted by James161324 (8315 posts) -

A sweet grand for a gpu, i guess that person also enjoys 30 year single malt Scotch 

#45 Posted by mitu123 (153911 posts) -

6GB VRAM is a lot, hardly any games get near 4 let alone 6, but it's great for future proofing.

#46 Posted by Elann2008 (32953 posts) -

[QUOTE="Elann2008"][QUOTE="trastamad03"]" As for launch, sources are indicating a release of GeForce Titan around 24th February 26th February. This isnt that far away much and expect more details as launch nears." What? Please be true...trastamad03

I would only buy it if it's like $749 or less.. No more than that! I'll use the step-up program. How about you? Interested? :D

Definitely interested... Price is a bit high, then again, it's like buying 2 GPUs (2x GTX 670 FTW 4GBs)... It's definitely in my scope though. I also wanna see what AMD brings with the 8970-8990... but still playing games at 2560x1440 @ 120fps ona  single card so no more overheating GPUs... :Q I wannnnnttttttt

Let's shake on it then. If it ends up being $749 or less, we're buying one each. :D lol
#47 Posted by Jobesky123 (1046 posts) -
So it goes from $900 to $1300? Damn, and I was ready to give them my money... :(
#48 Posted by mitu123 (153911 posts) -

Let's shake on it then. If it ends up being $749 or less, we're buying one each. :D lolElann2008
That would be so funny since it's better than a GTX 690...

#49 Posted by trastamad03 (4852 posts) -
[QUOTE="trastamad03"]

[QUOTE="Elann2008"] I would only buy it if it's like $749 or less.. No more than that! I'll use the step-up program. How about you? Interested? :DElann2008

Definitely interested... Price is a bit high, then again, it's like buying 2 GPUs (2x GTX 670 FTW 4GBs)... It's definitely in my scope though. I also wanna see what AMD brings with the 8970-8990... but still playing games at 2560x1440 @ 120fps ona  single card so no more overheating GPUs... :Q I wannnnnttttttt

Let's shake on it then. If it ends up being $749 or less, we're buying one each. :D lol

Deal. :D
#50 Posted by James161324 (8315 posts) -

6GB VRAM is a lot, hardly any games get near 4 let alone 6, but it's great for future proofing.

mitu123

what games use 4gb, i haven't seen my vram go past 2 gb