Announced at GTC 2014, the new dual-GPU GTX Titan Z has 5,760 CUDA cores, with each Kepler GPU having 2,880 cores and a massive total of 12GB of DDR5 RAM. In terms of compute performance, the GTX Titan Z is capable of 8 TFLOPs for single precision floating-point operations. In comparison, the GTX Titan Black is only rated at 5.1 TFLOPs. Priced at US$2,999, only the most hardcore gamers will shell out money for this monster of a card.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z