Introducting the latest monster graphics card from NVIDIA: the GTX TITAN.
Built on the latest Kepler architecture, this puppy (or rather, full blown beast) boasts a whopping 2,688 CUDA cores and 4.5 Teraflops of processing insanity! The Titan also features some impressive technology support along with a heafty price tag. The card includes suppot for PCIe 3.0, Microsoft DX11.1 OpenGL 4.3, NVIDIA Adaptive VSYNC, and GDDR5 memory (around 6GB jammed on.)
The Titan is for gaming above the 1920 range and is suited for games running at 2560x1600. And you'll need some space in the case too as the card is no mini; around 26cm in length, 11cm in height and nearly 4cm in width!
The cards are not on sale in Oz yet but you can buy one for around US$999 from the States.
See the NVIDIA website for more details: HERE
Check out some Quad-SLI Titan action in this Clip from NVIDIA with a round of Kingpin.
Tomshardware have run a benchmark on the card to see how it stacks up; check it out: HERE