ASUS GeForce GTX Titan gets a place in 3DMark Hall of Fame with four world records
ASUS proudly announced that the GeForce GTX Titan graphics card set four new 3DMark world records and got the title of the most powerful single-GPU card, currently available.
In the 3DMark11 tests, ASUS GeForce GTX Titan got 36658 marks in the Entry preset, 37263 for Performance, 22076 in the Extreme and the world record of 21818 marks in Fire Strike, Futuremark’s hottest benchmark.
ROG overclocker Andre Yang set up the records, using liquid nitrogen-cooled Titan cards in a four-way NVIDIA SLI configuration, with an ROG Rampage IV Extreme motherboard and an Intel CoreTM i7-3970X processor. The Fire Strike record was achieved by Yang and fellow overclocker Shamino, with two cards in NVIDIA SLI and the same Extreme motherboard and Core i7 processor.
For those who want to see to believe, here is the pick (straight from Andre Yang’s submission details).
ASUS GeForce GTX Titan has a dual-slot design with a full NVIDIA Kepler GPU (originally reserved for supercomputer applications), 2688 CUDA cores and 6GB GDDR5 memory, at 384-bit, clocked at 6000MHz. It’s the dream card for any serious pc gamer, DirectX 11.1 compatible and able to run smoothly any game in resolutions 2560×1600 and above.