What seemed more great marketing move by Nvidia to announce its unique, innovative and exclusive GTX Titan Z in 2014. GTX has become a huge headache for the manufacturers, then Titan Z was given the stratospheric price of $3 thousand. The value would not be a problem if the GTX Titan Z actually ever offer a unique performance running games in 4K resolution at a rate of FPS far superior to any other product on the market, which was expected through, ended up collapsing after the launch of Radeon R9 295X2 costing half the price and could offer a performance equal or superior to Gtx Titan Z, At that time we don’t know how much difference in performance is between both two bad boys Until now.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Poor Performance Than Radeon R9 295X2 and GeForce GTX 780 Ti SLI

Gtx Titan Z vs R9 295X2

Not to lose the habit, Asians went in front again and were able to perform a comparison between the two Cards, the tests compared the performance of the GTX Titan Z (dual GPU), the Radeon R9 295X2 (dual GPU), R9 Radeon 290x, Titan Black GTX and an SLI and GTX 780 Ti Unfortunately for Nvidia, or those who have spent three thousand U.S. Dollars with a GTX Titan Z, board 12 GB of memory was not able to present this amazing performance expected in Tests she remained very close (but very much) of the AMD Radeon R9 295X2 and it was less than an SLI GTX 780 Ti in almost all scenarios, check this out:

Gtx Titan Z vs R9 295x2

Now the question arises where the GTX Titan Z got us surprised about the power consumption and temperature. Using a system of air cooling with only one fan Titan Z worked at a maximum temperature of 82 º C and consumed 618 W, Since the Radeon R9 296X2 had as maximum operating temperature 62 º C but consumed no less than 678.5 W. We could write a few more lines comparing the specifications of the tested cards, but still they are not completely in English the charts above already have the data, moreover, the comparison would only serve to show that the highest numbers not always result in a higher performance.

The issues that are in the air are simple, this would be the final version of the GTX Titan Z? Nvidia prepares another version with higher performance for the launch? Because so many delays? And finally, if this is the final version, which justifies the $ 3,000 invested?

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