We have a slew of updates on the soon to be released GeForce GTX 750 Ti, the GTX Titan Black Edition and finally the GTX 790.
ASUS have got the ASUS GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition (GTXTITANBLACK-6GD5) listed for 974 Euros. As eagle-eyed readers will have noticed, the model number indeed confirms that it’ll be sporting 6GB of GDDR5 RAM. So that’s double what the Geforce GTX 780 Ti features. It’s most certainly identical in pretty much all other ways (2880 CUDA cores), but has double the RAM and full double precision computing performance. It remains to be seen if this GPU will be ‘worth it’ for most high end pc gamer’s to pursue. Typically the extra double precision performance won’t be a benefit to games.
We don’t have the launch date yet, but from the signs it could well be within the next month or so,
It also appears that ASUS are also making the GeForce GTX 790, but this too comes with 6GB of GDDR5 RAM. We’re completely up in the air regarding the price right now.
Meanwhile, TechPowerUp (TPU) have released an update for the popular graphics card utility GPU-Z. GPU-Z 0.7.6 supports Nvidia’s Titan Black Edition, but also supports the Maxwell GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 (non ti). There’s also mention of a GTX 760 ‘Lite’ edition.
The change log for TPU’s GPU-Z says:
- Added graphics memory vendor detection
- Updated integrated NVFlash for BIOS readings
- Improved voltage monitoring support for GTX 780 Ti
- Added support for new Intel Iris 5200 variant
- Added support for AMD Radeon R7 M265, R5 M230, Kaveri A10-7850K, A10-770K, AMD FireStream 9350, HD 8530M, HD 8650D,
- Added support for NVIDIA GTX Titan Black, GTX 750 (GM107), GTX 750 Ti (GM107), GeForce 840M (GM108), GTX 760 (192-bit), GT 750M (Apple), GT 735M, GT 720M
For the download link, click here.
If the reports showing the Maxwell based GTX 750 Ti are accurate, then it won’t be a great performer. But of course, we’ll have to wait for the official reviews to popup.