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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Right on schedule, too.
Packs a pair of new GK210 Kepler chips.
'4K-quality graphics on any screen.'
Promises market-leading performance.
Tegra K1 chip under the hood.
Sub-£80 cards for budget gaming.
Up to 71 per cent performance boost.
Dual-GK110, 12GB of VRAM.
More memory without going to a Titan.
Mantle-like performance boost promised.
First Project Denver part outed.
Promises to beat a 185W 8800 GTX in 2W.
Kepler GPU tied to 12GB of GDDR5.
Mechanical fault grounds the device.
Kepler growth shores up flagging Tegra.
Two new Titans to straddle existing model.
Kepler-based mobile chips for gamers on the go.
Tweaked GK106 means higher clock speeds.
High-performance graphics for mini-ITX boxes.
With an £830 price tag, is GTX Titan the fastest GPU ever? We've tested three of them to find out!
Nvidia has announced its £830 GTX Titan. Based on the GK110 GPU, we grab a detailed first look.
Consumer-grade Tesla K20 launching this month.
Preparing the ground for Project Shield.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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