NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan II Will Reportedly Ship With 12GB of RAM

/ 2 years ago


*Breathes heavily*.

Composing myself, I can continue writing this – in a world where 4GB of VRAM on our GPUs is about the norm now, with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Titan shipping with 6GB of RAM and a slew of AMD Radeon R9 290Xs now shipping with 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA is teasing the world with the possibilities of its forthcoming GeForce GTX Titan II.

According to the latest rumours, the GM200-powered GPU will ship with 12GB of GDDR5 VRAM – yes, 12GB. The Titan II will be made on the 28nm process, the same technology used to build the GTX 980 and GTX 970 cards, but we should see a massive 3072 CUDA cores, which is over 1000 more CUDA cores than the GTX 980. A 384-bit memory bus will be used on the 12GB of RAM.

Core clock speeds should be at 1100 MHz, while 1390 MHz Boost clocks will be applied, with the RAM at 6000 MHz. We should hear more about this card at GTC 2015 in March, so keep your cool until then, ok?

Source: TechSpot.

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  • Jeordie White

    Did we forget about the titan-z’s already? They have 12gb, or 6gb per card giving you a total of 6gb for gaming in sli.

    • Wayne

      Now why would you use that card for gaming? It’s a compute card, not really a gaming card.

    • Soldier

      People forgot about the Titan-Z because of it’s ridiculous price tag.

  • Robert Lungu

    And I sit here, with my 2010 AMD Sapphire 5670 1 gb ddr5