Titan Black to boost power of Nvidia’s flagship card

Nvidia GeForce Titan successor – Titan ‘Black’ – appears online

A rumoured successor to Nvidia’s Titan graphics card – the Titan Black – has been listed by an online store.

Finnish store Multitronic Webshop is offering a preorder of the card for €978,90 (£806). The Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan currently sells for around £800.

The Titan has largely been replaced by the 780 Ti, which performs faster and costs less than the Titan, but doesn’t feature the 6GB of memory and full double-precision floating point GPU of the flagship card.

The Titan Black appears to equal the 780 Ti in CUDA core numbers – 2,880 for each – meaning it should equal or exceed the processing power of the cheaper card, but retains the memory and GPU design of the original Titan.

The Black is also expected to include 48 ROPs (Render output units), 240 TMUs (Texture mapping units) and run via a 384-bit wide GDDR5 interface.

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