During a briefing, Nvidia showcased the GTX Titan in two unique scenarios — a full-sized desktop with a three-way SLI configuration and a single GPU housed in a nearly console-sized Falcon Tiki PC. For the full-sized desktop, Nvidia dropped three GTX Titans into a system to drive Battlefield 3 on ultra settings to three monitors for a total resolution of 5,760x1,080, while the Falcon Tiki PC was equipped with only one GPU. In either scenario, the GTX Titan was nearly inaudible, even as settings were progressively increased.
Of course, such thrills will come at a cost. Nvidia will be offering the GTX Titan later this year for roughly $1,000. While roughly the same as the GTX 690, it's certainly targeted toward a niche market of premium PC builders.