|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|
Runs everything I can throw at it. No need to get another anytime soon. I may down the road but by then I'll probably just get what is king at that time since HDMI 2 and 3 will be out.
Keep up with current standards like HDMI 1, 2, 3, etc. New cards around the corner will have the later standards and having a card 10x's more powerful than this means nothing if your hdmi connection is behind the times. Look at things like maximum refresh at a given resolution. You will not be using todays cards (at the time of this post) to do 4k at 60hz. You don't want your bottleneck to be because your expensive purchase had sub par connections not able to do what you want it to do.
It's very quiet and cools much more easily than did my 480.