Asus' new GTX 780 DirectCU II OC features a custom PCB, a revised DirectCU II cooler, and an overclocked base and boost clock.
Asus unveiled the highly anticipated GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC graphics card during a special presentation at this year’s Computex. As you might expect, the DirectCU II OC features overclocks, the base and boost clock to 889 MHz and 941 MHz, respectively, and features a custom PCB.
The new Direct CU II cooler features two different cooling fans with Asus’ Cool Tech technology and four heat pipes that interlace with a large heat sink that covers the entire card. Videocardz.com also reported that this model uses Digi+VRM and Super Alloy Components.
Asus has yet to provide any information on the GTX 780 DirectCU II OC’s pricing or availability, but we expect a sticker price of between $650 and $700.