GK110

May 28th, 2014

NVIDIA’s GTX TITAN Z; GK110 Squared

Today NVIDIA launches their GTX TITAN Z, a dual GK110 card sporting 12GB of memory and an eye-popping price of $3000. Despite being targeted at CUDA developers it still has some serious gaming chops

May 30th, 2013

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 2GB Review

Fresh off their launch of the GTX 780, NVIDIA is launching yet another new graphics card.  The GTX 770 is meant to replace the GTX 670 but can easily outperform the GTX 680 but its most interesting feature is its cost.  At just $399 this may be one of the best values currently available.

May 23rd, 2013

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Review

With the GTX 600-series slightly more than a year old, NVIDIA is now ready to start refreshing their GeForce lineup once again.  The first card out of the gate is their GTX 780, a $649 GK110-based flagship which boasts performance that’s within spitting distance of the ultra expensive GTX TITAN.

February 19th, 2013

NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN; GK110’s Opening Act

NVIDIA’s GK110 has finally made its way into the GeForce lineup with a graphics card aptly named “TITAN”.  In this first look, we delve into the TITAN’s  architecture, features and specification to set the stage for our upcoming review of NVIDIA’s new $1000 monster.

May 16th, 2012

NVIDIA Posts Complete Kepler GK110 Technical White Paper

For those of you wondering about what makes NVIDIA’s upcoming GK110 tick, NVIDIA has posed a complete architectural White Paper.  There is some seriously interesting contained in there, enough to make us want GK110 to make it over into the GeForce lineup as soon as possible. However, as NVIDIA discusses quite a few times in [...]

May 15th, 2012

GTC 2012: NVIDIA Announces GK110-based Tesla K20, Coming in Q4 2012

Today’s opening keynote at NVIDIA’s GTC had a number of interesting announcements (details to follow in other articles) but the “star” of the show was the upcoming Tesla K20. Destined to spend its life in HPC systems and supercomputers, the K20 is based off on a Kepler GK110 core which is billed as the “largest, [...]