The GeForce GTX Titan Z Graphics Card from EVGA is designed for gamers, enthusiasts, video editors, and other users looking for the benefits having a powerful dedicated graphics card can provide. Not only can a GPU help render 2D and 3D display graphics faster and with more detail, it can be also used to provide additional general-purpose processing power to a growing number of GPU-aware applications.
The GeForce GTX Titan Z features a base GPU clock of 705 MHz, which can be boosted (overclocked) as high as 876 MHz. It features 5760 CUDA Cores (stream processors) which not only act as shaders to render display graphics, they also allow applications and APIs that support parallel processing to perform hundreds of simple calculations at once. To move data to and from the cores as quickly as possible, the card features 12GB of GDDR5 RAM with a native clock speed of 1750 MHz connected via a 768-bit memory interface. Because GDDR5 RAM moves data at four words per cycle, the effective clock speed for this card works out to 7000 MHz. Between the memory clock and the memory interface this card offers a memory bandwidth of up to 672 GB/s.
The GeForce GTX Titan Z can be connected to a variety of display types, including computer monitors, HDTVs, projectors, as well as many 3D and 4K displays. It features an HDMI port, a DisplayPort port, a DVI-I (digital and analog port), and a DVI-D (digital only) port. It can drive up to four displays concurrently, and supports 4K (up to 4096 x 2160) displays through HDMI or DisplayPort.
- Adaptive Vertical Sync: Dynamically enables vertical sync based on your current frame rates to produce smoother video rendering
- FXAA Technology: Shader-based anti-aliasing technology available from the Nvidia Control Panel that enables fast anti-aliasing in numerous games
- TXAA Technology: Temporal anti-aliasing