Ultimate Games via Ultimate Video Card Newly Released

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I bought a new desktop computer. The video card is built in and I want to maximize my gaming experience. I would like to replace my built in card with NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX TITAN Z 12GB. How does it cost? What are the system requirements or which system it will best work and suitable? How many ports available? Does it include any connector? Does it support multiple screens? How fast is the graphics? What are the best and essential features of this graphics card? Please provide feedback. Thank you very much!

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Ultimate Games via Ultimate Video Card Newly Released

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Hello Kimberly!

This device was released last June 2014 with the surprising amount of $2,999. As of this moment the amount fell down to $1,599.

Here are the system requirements for this video card.

1. Windows XP (32-64 Bit) Windows 8, 7, Vista

2. 1 x Free PCI-E x16 slot for electrical interface

3. 3 x Free full-height PCI-E slot physical

4. 2 x 8-pin PCI-E power connector

5. 700 W or better power supply

6. 42 A or better +12 V rail on power supply

The ports available are HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-I, DVI-D Outputs.

The package includes DVI-to-VGA adapter, 6-pin PCI power adapter, 8-pin PCI power adapter, and drivers EVGA OC Scanner software, EVGA Precision X software.

It supports multi-display monitors. The speed of this video card is 876 MHz maximum. It supports parallel processing. Supports different display monitors, projector and HDTVs, including 3D and 4K televisions sets. You can extend your gaming experience to 3 displays.

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