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Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 Pictured

By - Source: Expreview | B 18 comments

The folks over at Expreview have managed to take a snapshot of what appears to be the GTX 760, as well as noting a small number of its specifications.

Nvidia's GTX 760 has been spotted at a booth at Computex 2013. While the card itself doesn't look particularly impressive, there are a few remarkable points to be made. For starters, a small handful of specifications were given, though the list remains largely incomplete. Although we're not supposed to know what vendor the card was from, in view of the slightly failed pixelization, as well as the font of the "G," one could make an educated guess.

The specifications that have been displayed are that the graphics card would carry 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, it would run over a 256-bit wide memory interface, and the graphic cards' PCIe interface would be PCIe 3.0 x16. None of these specifications are particularly surprising. There was no indication of the type of GPU core or what any of the clock speeds would be.

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    josejones , June 6, 2013 9:07 AM
    I hate what Tom's has done to the posting and forums. It said that there were 6 comments but that I needed to log in to read them. So, I log in and then it says there are none.
    Everytime I try to post it never shows up either. There was nothing wrong with posting before - 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' comes to mind because now it sucks donkey dick.
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    josejones , June 6, 2013 9:07 AM
    I hate what Tom's has done to the posting and forums. It said that there were 6 comments but that I needed to log in to read them. So, I log in and then it says there are none.
    Everytime I try to post it never shows up either. There was nothing wrong with posting before - 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' comes to mind because now it sucks donkey dick.
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    vmem , June 6, 2013 9:16 AM
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    I hate what Tom's has done to the posting and forums. It said that there were 6 comments but that I needed to log in to read them. So, I log in and then it says there are none.
    Everytime I try to post it never shows up either. There was nothing wrong with posting before - 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' comes to mind because now it sucks donkey dick.


    I only partially agree. the new system is much more mobile friendly. but yeah, things still need to be fixed
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    Derbixrace , June 6, 2013 9:23 AM
    im 99.9% sure its a rebranded 670
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    slomo4sho , June 6, 2013 9:37 AM
    The 760 is a rebranded 660 Ti, the 760 Ti is a rebranded 670
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    jessterman21 , June 6, 2013 9:44 AM
    can't...breathe...too...awesome...

    I too was expecting a GTX 660Ti rebrand, but it looks like it may just be the card I've been pining for since last year's release of the disappointing 192-bit cards... A 6 SMX 256-bit GK104 card!
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    mrweaponx , June 6, 2013 9:56 AM
    Even if it is a rebranded 670 does it matter? $100 cheaper and same(if not better) performance. That's a win in my book.
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    vmem , June 6, 2013 10:04 AM
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    Even if it is a rebranded 670 does it matter? $100 cheaper and same(if not better) performance. That's a win in my book.


    yes it matters because they choose to rebrand rather than just lower the price. but it looks like at least they increased the memory bus. which is a win
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    EmirSc , June 6, 2013 10:05 AM
    760 with 256Bit interface!
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    mrweaponx , June 6, 2013 10:20 AM
    Even if it is a rebranded 670 does it matter? $100 cheaper and same(if not better) performance. That's a win in my book.
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    thundervore , June 6, 2013 10:28 AM
    Damn i just brought a 660TI about 4 months ago. Now i want to buy a 760Ti just for the 256bit bus vs 192 even if its only a 64bit difference :( 
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    jessterman21 , June 6, 2013 11:33 AM
    I'll bet it's a 6 SMX part - the OEM GTX 660 was a 6 SMX card with low clocks and a 192-bit interface - code name: GK104-200. The 660Ti was GK104-300, 670 was -325, and 680 was -400.

    If this picture is legit, and it has been dead-on so far, then the GTX 760 will almost definitely be a new 6 SMX part, probably clocked at 1GHz to mostly make up the small difference between it and the 670.

    http://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/GeForce-700-series-635x406.png
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    mrweaponx , June 6, 2013 12:04 PM
    Even if it is a rebranded 670 does it matter? $100 cheaper and same(if not better) performance. That's a win in my book.
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    slomo4sho , June 6, 2013 1:01 PM
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    I'll bet it's a 6 SMX part - the OEM GTX 660 was a 6 SMX card with low clocks and a 192-bit interface - code name: GK104-200. The 660Ti was GK104-300, 670 was -325, and 680 was -400.

    If this picture is legit, and it has been dead-on so far, then the GTX 760 will almost definitely be a new 6 SMX part, probably clocked at 1GHz to mostly make up the small difference between it and the 670.


    TechPowerUp has a nice GPU database that seems to be pretty accurate.

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    GeForce GTX 760 Ti GK104 2048 MB, GDDR5, 256 bit 925 MHz 1502 MHz 1344 Shaders/ 112 TMUs/ 32 ROPs

    GeForce GTX 760 GK104 2048 MB, GDDR5, 256 bit 915 MHz 1502 MHz 1152 Shaders/ 96 TMUs/ 32 ROPs
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    ismaeljrp , June 6, 2013 3:02 PM
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    Even if it is a rebranded 670 does it matter? $100 cheaper and same(if not better) performance. That's a win in my book.


    yes it matters because they choose to rebrand rather than just lower the price. but it looks like at least they increased the memory bus. which is a win


    Not just rebrand, but they also improve efficiency. Performing better while requiring less power. Add the lower starting price point of the previous generations equivalent, and the definite price drops to come in the following months. It's a always a good thing to rebrand. My only gripe with it is they did it a little late. They shoulda rebranded a few months sooner. But AMD hasn't pressured with there new GPUs.
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    ismaeljrp , June 6, 2013 3:03 PM
    Remember how many times the 8800 series was rebranded ?
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    somebodyspecial , June 6, 2013 4:11 PM
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    can't...breathe...too...awesome...

    I too was expecting a GTX 660Ti rebrand, but it looks like it may just be the card I've been pining for since last year's release of the disappointing 192-bit cards... A 6 SMX 256-bit GK104 card!


    Yes, just a cheaper 670, which is pretty awesome. I wanted to wait for 20nm, but these guys are getting close to tempting me for a cheap upgrade then wait out xmas refresh of the 20nm and pass this card to my dad or something...LOL. A GTX 670 hand me down next year would surely make him happy as he has a 8800GTX now. Just curious about the price now. A pair of these wouldn't be bad either depending on cost. So I'd be giving him a card that's about 1.5yr old and upgrade to whatever Q1's maxwell gets refreshed to next xmas 2014. Hmm...Things to ponder. :)  Maxwell and Volcanic will probably be fairly expensive for months anyway on top end (I was wanting 770's replacement maxwell). Clocks should go up and heat/watts down once 20nm is better 9-10 months after volcanic+maxwell hit I'd hope.
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    boytitan2 , June 7, 2013 2:52 AM
    josejones don't forget how this new format loves to repeat already posted comments or am I the only one getting repeat comments ?
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    JPNpower , June 7, 2013 7:03 AM
    Why is everybody going crazy about he 256 bit memory? You do know NVIDIA made these things called GTX570s long ago with 320bit, if you want it so much.