The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card was unveiled during NVIDIA CEO’s keynote address at this year’s GTC. Its specifications are of monstrous proportions; it features a pair of Kepler GPUs, with 12GB of video memory.
In total, the new GTX Titan Z has 5,760 CUDA cores, with each Kepler GPU having 2,880 cores. Also, its 12GB of DDR5 video memory is equally split between the GK110 Kepler GPUs. In terms of compute performance, the GTX Titan Z is capable of 8 TFLOPs for single precision floating-point operations. In comparison, the GTX Titan Black is rated at 5.1 TFLOPs; and for the GTX Titan, 4.5 TFLOPs. The GTX Titan Z is priced at US$2,999, and since the card is marketed under the GeForce brand name, probably only the most hardcore gamers will shell out money for this card.