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Six EVGA GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Cards Spotted

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A report from VideoCardz.com indicates that EVGA is preparing at least six GTX 760 graphics cards.

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It appears that EVGA is preparing a grand total of at least six GTX 760 graphics cards, all of them quite impressive. There will be a number of differences between the cards -- there will be 4 GB versions, overclocked versions and versions with the ACX cooler. So without further ado, enjoy the table below:

Model
Base Clock
Boost Clock
Memory Size
Memory Clock
GTX 760 4GB980 MHz
1033 MHz
4 GB
6.00 GHz
GTX 760 ACX
980 MHz1033 MHz2 GB
6.00 GHz
GTX 760 Superclocked ACX
1072 MHz
1137 MHz
2 GB
6.00 GHz
GTX 760 FTW 2GB1085 MHz
1150 MHz
2 GB
6.00 GHz
GTX 760 FTW 4GB ACX1085 MHz
1150 MHz
4 GB
6.00 GHz
GTX 760 FTW Superclocked 2GB?
?
2 GB
6.00 GHz

All of the cards feature two DVI outputs, one HDMI output and one DisplayPort output. They are also all 241 mm long and 111.15 mm high.

Image Source: VideoCardz.comImage Source: VideoCardz.comReportedly, Nvidia is planning to launch the cards on June 25, early next week. Presumably, at least a couple of these EVGA cards will be joining the launch.

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    9a3iqa , June 21, 2013 12:35 PM
    If the GTX 760 is basically a re-branded GTX 660 Ti that would be disappointing.
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    Gerardo Aguirre , June 21, 2013 1:23 PM
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    A report from VideoCardz.com indicates that EVGA is preparing at least six GTX 760 graphics cards.

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    If the GTX 760 is basically a re-branded GTX 660 Ti that would be disappointing.



    So what you expect? a rebranded Titan for 200$?

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    mortsmi7 , June 21, 2013 1:24 PM
    They look to be clocked slightly than their 670 counterparts. But, not enough information to say whether it's a 670 or not.
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    17seconds , June 21, 2013 2:18 PM
    I like the fact that they are getting more performance, yet lower prices on this "re-branded" 700 series. It makes the 700 series hard to ignore when making a purchase decision.

    The GTX 760, if it comes in at $250-$280 will make it very difficult to recommend anything else in that price range. I see they also left some room in terms of performance and price for a GTX 760 Ti with 1344 CUDA cores.
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    17seconds , June 21, 2013 2:18 PM
    The GTX 760 is more like an upgraded GTX 660 Ti. The wider memory bus ought to please a lot of those who thought the 660 Ti's bandwidth was too limiting.
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    josejones , June 21, 2013 3:37 PM
    I'm due for a new GPU to replace my 5 year old 4870 and sadly, a 760 tops my budget right now. Frankly, the 700 series (a re-vamped 600 series) is NOT what I wanted - I've been waiting for Maxwell due to its new architecture. So, I may have to settle for a 760 but, the price better be right or forget it, NVidia.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1690353/nvidia-760-wait-860.html
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    aoneone , June 21, 2013 4:21 PM
    Is the GTX 670 faster than 760?
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    JackNaylorPE , June 21, 2013 7:57 PM
    I'm thinking the new card's performance will continue to be comparable or a bit faster than 1 model up from previous generation ..... but order of magnitude cheaper

    770 comparable to a 680 performance wise but cheaper
    760 Ti comparable to a 670 performance wise but cheaper
    760 comparable to a 660 Ti performance wise but cheaper
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    JPNpower , June 22, 2013 5:19 PM
    Interestingly, the EVGA 770 with the blower has an open end on the interior end, letting the hot air blow into the case, destroying the benefit of blowers. I hope they don't do so again with the 760, or I'll find it hard to see anybody buying the blower, and not handing over a few bucks for the much quieter and cooler ACX version. Maybe this is exactly how they want...
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    17seconds , June 23, 2013 8:22 AM
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    Interestingly, the EVGA 770 with the blower has an open end on the interior end, letting the hot air blow into the case, destroying the benefit of blowers. I hope they don't do so again with the 760, or I'll find it hard to see anybody buying the blower, and not handing over a few bucks for the much quieter and cooler ACX version. Maybe this is exactly how they want...

    That's an air intake, similar to what all blower heatsinks have. Air flows in one end and out the other.
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    JPNpower , June 23, 2013 9:55 AM
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    Interestingly, the EVGA 770 with the blower has an open end on the interior end, letting the hot air blow into the case, destroying the benefit of blowers. I hope they don't do so again with the 760, or I'll find it hard to see anybody buying the blower, and not handing over a few bucks for the much quieter and cooler ACX version. Maybe this is exactly how they want...

    That's an air intake, similar to what all blower heatsinks have. Air flows in one end and out the other.


    Can't be... I thought that the intake was the round hole through which you could see the fan. This card has another open slot, from which it seems the air just leaks out. The third picture in this newegg link shows it best. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130922