- News tagged "titan"
Wednesday, 27 Jan 2016
The Pascal-based successor to NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan X may be arriving as early as this April, with lower-end models to follow later in the year.
Wednesday, 4 Nov 2015
When the Aftershock Titan V2.1 came out last year with its SLI'ed NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980Ms, it pretty much shredded every benchmark we put it through. With Aftershock originally saying they might not be planning to refresh the Titan this year, imagine our surprise when they showed us the new Aftershock Titan 2016!
Friday, 23 Jan 2015
If you're having trouble thinking up of ways to scrounge up the $5699 for the GT80 Titan SLI, we have good news! What if we told you that you could get a GT80 Titan at a price just a bit more than a GT72 2QE Dominator Pro? Intrigued?
Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015
If you've been waiting with bated breath for MSI's GT80 notebook, we have good news for you! It's here and in stores right now. Head on in for pricing and other nifty details.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
The ASUS GeForce GTX Titan is available starting today at S$1,599 from selected ASUS authorized resellers in Sim Lim Square and Funan DigitaLife Mall. If you're interested in experiencing the Titan, you may sign up for our HardwareZone PlayTest Event with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan. Details inside.
Wednesday, 20 Feb 2013
The Bolt Titan Edition employs the world's fastest graphics card, the NVIDIA GTX Titan, which utilizes the same technology that powers Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Titan, the world's fastest supercomputer.
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
NVIDIA is rumored to be launching a GK110-based graphics card called GeForce Titan. This new card will be named Titan and is positioned squarely between incumbent high-end consumer graphics cards based on the GeForce GTX 680 and the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690.
Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012
Titan, touted as the world's first open-source supercomputer, made its debut at the Oak Ridge Labs in the United States. Titan is 20 times faster than Jaguar, its predecessor, as the former is capable of a peak performance of 20 petaflops - 20 million billion floating-point operations per second.