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When we launched GTX TITAN almost a year ago, it kickstarted the personal supercomputing revolution.

Based on the same Kepler technology that powered Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s TITAN supercomputer, GTX TITAN was a beast.

With extreme performance for gamers, double precision for CUDA developers, and a supercomputer-inspired design, GTX TITAN quickly became the GPU every gamer wanted to own.

But that was so 2013.

Today, we’re introducing the all-new 2014 version—TITAN BLACK.

Featuring the same full GK110B chip configuration found in the GTX 780 Ti, TITAN BLACK delivers a staggering 5.1 Teraflops of computing performance per card.

Double down by sliding two GTX Titans into your PC and you can take advantage of a total of 5,760 cores for even more performance..

Each TITAN BLACK also supports up to four displays per card—two DVI, one HDMI and one DisplayPort—perfect for large scale displays or multi-monitor configurations.

Like the original, this new behemoth features a design that evokes the spirit of a supercomputer and the enormous capability within.

If you’re looking for a guaranteed win, bet on black. TITAN BLACK, available today for $999.

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  • XOXX

    Too bad it isn’t a maxwell

  • Silithas

    No thanks. I just fine with getting a 780TI later. Or perhaps a 790 with 2x 780TI in it?

  • Joe
  • Guest

    How about instead of changing the color you make it cheaper?

  • Alex Lee

    GK180??

  • Tor

    I also noticed that, lol.

  • DanielP

    HDMI 2.0? you really gotta start shipping with that.

  • Yaz Akiera

    wtf is GK180?!?!

  • craig calkins

    No. Dont even think of 3GB of ram. dont you dare.

  • craig calkins

    Thats like a slap in the face to people with normal GTX Titans.

  • Mark

    Ayt here I am. Though I bought mine when it was released…

  • craig calkins

    Damn. Returnable right?

  • Mark

    I don’t think so.

  • Velocity LP

    It’s not just a different color, dumbass. It’s a new card that’s more powerful than a 780 Ti for gaming. Before, the titan was worse than the $700 780 ti. Now they’ve made a better 780 ti with 6GB of VRAM: the titan black. Do research before sounding like a dick.

  • A.M.L.

    5.1TFlops is in single precision. Computing needs FP64 (double precision) so let’s stop talking about the FP32 capabilities and only the useful FP64 for computing which is by the way really good (1.3TFlops) for the Titan. But please let be serious guys.

  • A.M.L.

    What about OpenCL capabilities? Will it support OpenCL 2.0 or at the very least 1.2 as any other gpu trademarks do (i.e. Intel and AMD/ATI)? Seriously Nvidia, I really like your products but you have to support OpenCL 1.2 and 2.0 now along with CUDA.

  • A.M.L.

    Will Nvidia design and offer such great card for the new Mac Pro? Nvidia can’t let AMD be alone on such workstation. Because currently Nvidia offers better cooling solutions, they should be fine in designing an adapted cooling system for the specific Mac Pro’s design.

  • Zepid

    Maxwell when? I want an 880GTX right now, 3 of them.