|Interface||PCI Express 3.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN|
|GPU||GeForce GTX TITAN Z|
|Core Clock||705 MHz|
|Boost Clock||876 MHz|
|Effective Memory Clock||7000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 (feature level 11_0)|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI|
|DisplayPort||1 x DisplayPort|
|DVI||1 x DVI-I
1 x DVI-D
|Max Resolution||4096 x 2160|
|3D VISION Game Ready||Yes|
|SLI Support||SLI Ready|
|System Requirements||700 Watt or greater power supply with a minimum of 42 Amp on the +12 volt rail.
An available 2x 8pin PCI-E power connectors
|Features||NVIDIA PhysX technology
NVIDIA SMX Engine
NVIDIA GPU Boost
NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
Supports four concurrent displays
NVIDIA CUDA Technology
NVIDIA FXAA Technology
NVIDIA TXAA Technology
NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||10.50" x 4.38"|
|Slot Width||Triple Slot|
Pros: The card is great, it can run anything I throw at it, including 4k gaming.
It's also a very quiet card.
Cons: Does tend to "dump" a lot of hot air into the case, but if you can properly cool your system then it's no problem.
Other than that I can't find anything wrong with the card.
Pros: It's big, it has lots of double precision CUDA cores, it has 6GB DDR5 per GPU. This is a pretty good card for a workstation that handles gaming and still needs to do heavy mathematical calculations in professional applications.
Cons: That's a big one.
It's listed here as "Fastest NVIDIA GPU Graphics Card" in the title. Don't let that mislead you because the price is also higher than the Titan X however the 700 series GPUs are not as "fast" as the Titan X GPU.
It get's hotter and takes up nearly 3 slots.