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GeForce GTX 770 & GTX 780 Pictured on Chinese Site

By - Source: Chiphell | B 35 comments

Some images of the GTX 780 and the GTX 770 have surfaced.

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A number of weeks ago we already came across several technical specifications for the GTX 760 Ti, 770, and 780. The details that we figured out were that the GTX 780 was basically a GTX Titan with slightly fewer features, and that the GTX 760 Ti and the GTX 770 were essentially based on the GTX 670 and GTX 680, respectively.


GPU
Cuda Cores
TMUs
ROPs
Memory
Memory Interface
GTX 780
GK110
2,496
208
40
3 GB
320-bit
GTX 770
GK104-425
1,536
128
32
2 GB
256-bit
GTX 760 Ti
GK104-225
1,344
112
32
2 GB
256-bit

Image Source: ChiphellImage Source: Chiphell

Now though, while the specifications remain the same, the folks over at Chiphell leaked some images of the GTX 780 and GTX 770. What can be seen from them is that the GTX 780 and the GTX 770 will carry the same cooler as found on the GTX Titan.

The GTX 780 is expected to launch May 23, 2013; the GTX 770 is slated for May 30, 2013. The GTX 760 Ti will launch during Computex.

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    hero1 , May 9, 2013 4:04 PM
    So they have gone from 5GB to 3GB of vRAM. Which one is it?
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    bigshootr8 , May 9, 2013 4:05 PM
    I like the design for the regular reference design coolers I just hope they have more performance to back stuff up with AMD changing architectures coming up here.
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    JamesSneed , May 9, 2013 4:10 PM
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    So they have gone from 5GB to 3GB of vRAM. Which one is it?


    I didn't follow you. The stock 680 had 2GB and the 780 is rumored to have 3GB. Where did you see 5GB? That is a large bump in cuda cores for the 780 has me wondering if that is correct. If it is correct the 780 will be very close to Titan. The 780's 320 bit bus width may make perform on par to Titan since the 780 is rumored to have 8% less cuda cores than Titans 2688 cuda cores.
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    noobzilla771 , May 9, 2013 4:12 PM
    Looks like the 780's performance would be close to Titan? I'm guessing nVidia will price it around $700 then since Titan is $1000. The 680s would probably stay around $400-450. Graphics card costs are getting ridiculous.
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    bigshootr8 , May 9, 2013 4:13 PM
    It is its essentially making the 770 more like the 680 in a way And with the 780 they are placing it just under the GTX Titan.
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    N.Broekhuijsen , May 9, 2013 4:13 PM
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    I didn't follow you. The stock 680 had 2GB and the 780 is rumored to have 3GB. Where did you see 5GB? That is a large bump in cuda cores for the 780 has me wondering if that is correct.

    An earlier rumor indicated 5 GB of memory, sadly more sources are indicating 3 GB now.

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    chumly , May 9, 2013 4:26 PM
    So, wait a second, are they just rebranding the Titan, 680, and 670 into the 780, 770, and 760 ti, or am I lost?
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    bigshootr8 , May 9, 2013 4:32 PM
    No take a look at the specs of each card okay it would be something like this. But again all this is strictly rumor at this point and until someone gets one of these cards and reviews it I'm not believing squat.

    GTX TITAN
    780
    770
    680
    670
    And so on.
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    tomfreak , May 9, 2013 4:35 PM
    If 780 is a TITAN LE, it is likely the real TITAN will get a price slashed for at least $100-200 @ $799-899
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    bigshootr8 , May 9, 2013 4:38 PM
    Yea I can see that happening tom sounds very likely. I would say maybe even more over time I can see the Titan being around 600 over time.
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    The Indomitable , May 9, 2013 4:56 PM
    And a 7970 still has a wider memory bandwidth.
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    ice-note , May 9, 2013 5:07 PM
    Ouch. I was actually very excited about the prospect of a 5GB 780... at 3GB, I think I'll hold on to my 7970 Ghz. And I doubt they'll make a different version of the 780, what with the Titan looming there and all. Time to CFX or just wait for Southern Islands!
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    zooted , May 9, 2013 5:11 PM
    So.. they are going to release what the 6xx series should have been? I hope AMD's next irritation of CGN will be as strong of a jump as the 6xxx series to 7xxx series was.
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    fudoka711 , May 9, 2013 5:31 PM
    Am I just seeing the cards wrong, or do they look closer to triple slot cards rather than the dual slot cards they're replacing?
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    nukemaster , May 9, 2013 5:48 PM
    I think it may just be you. They look 2 slot to me :) 

    I love that cooler because it blows heat out the back and seems to have WAY more heatsink than the 670 has now. The fan may even be bigger(quieter).

    Must wait and see and NOT buy a 670/680 or 7970 now.....5870 is still going(and great for at least 80% of what I play)....must keep it for now :) 
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    vmem , May 9, 2013 6:05 PM
    There have been rumors that the 780 will be priced at $699 a piece instead, no price drop on the Titan as far as rumorville goes
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    mapesdhs , May 9, 2013 6:40 PM

    I would have been more impressed if the 780 had a 512bit bus. All these CUDA cores
    and yet not the bandwidth to feed them. Will it have 4X the CUDA performance of
    a 580? Definitely not; it can't do without proportionally higher mem bw. Such a shame.
    Ian.
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    Anonymous , May 9, 2013 6:57 PM
    If the 780 is more than $699 I will wait, just too much to spend on a single card. Even though I can afford it.
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    realibrad , May 9, 2013 7:14 PM
    Is AMD pushing out their new chip because they made something awesome and wanted to get it out asap, or did they know they needed the best they had to even come close?
    Did Nvidia put out the Titan to clear some product while they could, or did they know AMD had nothing to compete with, so they knew a 1k card would work?
    Im stuck and cant figure out which it is.
    Here is to hoping AMD and Nvidia put out something equal and it drives down price.
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    vmem , May 9, 2013 8:30 PM
    Quote:
    Is AMD pushing out their new chip because they made something awesome and wanted to get it out asap, or did they know they needed the best they had to even come close?
    Did Nvidia put out the Titan to clear some product while they could, or did they know AMD had nothing to compete with, so they knew a 1k card would work?
    Im stuck and cant figure out which it is.
    Here is to hoping AMD and Nvidia put out something equal and it drives down price.


    Nvidia is milking their cash cows. they have two major advantages over AMD: the Titan which claims the discrete graphics crown, and a much more well known brand. There are many out there who thinks the only companies in PC graphics are Nvidia and Intel... (because that's all you see in most consumer computers for the last 3 years or so)

    I hope AMD's new card isn't a catch up move, they can't afford to do that now. They really need that crown back in a very definitive way.
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