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A Roundup of GTX 760 Cards From Different Manufacturers

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 8 comments

We've made a large table of most of the GTX 760 cards that have been launched, listing their clock speeds, memory speeds and special features.

Nvidia yesterday the GTX 760. After waiting a day, we've rounded up as many of the GTX 760 graphics cards from various manufacturers as we could find. Conveniently, as in the past, you'll find all the details we've managed to find in the table below.

The reference specifications of the GTX 760 are a GK104 silicon, 1152 CUDA cores, 96 TMUs, 32 ROPs, 2 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 256-bit memory interface, and clock speeds of 980 MHz base, 1033 MHz Boost, and 6.0 GHz memory. The cards will also support up to 4-Way SLI.

Manufacturer Model Base/Boost Clock Memory Clock Special
AsusGTX 760 DirectCU II OC1006 / 1072 MHz6.0 GHzDirectCU II
AsusGTX 760 DirectCU Mini1006 / 1072 MHz6.0 GHzDirectCU Mini
ColorfulGTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHzGTX 680 PCB
ColorfulGTX 760 iGame Ymir-U1019 / 1072 MHz6.0 GHzPremium
EVGAGTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHzBlower 1
EVGAGTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHzBlower 2
EVGAGTX 760 4 GB980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHz4 GB GDDR5
EVGAGTX 760 SC1072 / 1137 MHz6.0 GHz
EVGAGTX 760 FTW1085 / 1150 MHz6.0 GHz
EVGAGTX 760 ACX980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHzACX
EVGAGTX 760 SC ACX1072 / 1137 MHz6.0 GHzACX
EVGAGTX 760 4 GB FTW ACX1085 / 1150 MHz6.0 GHz4 GB GDDR5, ACX
GainwardGTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHz
GainwardGTX 760 Phantom1072 / 1137 MHz6.2 GHzPhantom
GalaxyGTX 760 GC1058 / 1110 MHz6.0 GHzDual-BIOS
GigabyteGV-N760OC-2GD Rev 1.01085 / 1150 MHz6.0 GHzWindForce 3X
GigabyteGV-N760OC-2GD Rev 2.01085 / 1150 MHz6.0 GHzWindForce 450 W
Inno3DGTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHz
Inno3DGTX 760 HerculeZ OC 2 GB1006 / 1059 MHz6.0 GHz
Inno3DGTX 760 HerculeZ 2000 4 GB1006 / 1059 MHz6.0 GHz4 GB GDDR5
KFA2GTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHz
KFA2GTX 760 EX OC1058 / 1110 MHz6.0 GHz
KFA2GTX 760 EX OC 4 GB1058 / 1110 MHz6.0 GHz4 GB GDDR5
MSIGTX 760980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHz
MSIGTX 760 Gaming1085 / 1150 MHz6.0 GHzTwinFrozr III
PalitGTX 760 980 / 1033 MHz6.0 GHz
PalitGTX 760 JetStream1072 / 1137 MHz6.2 GHzJetStream
ZotacGTX 760993 / 1059 MHz6.0 GHz
ZotacGTX 760 Amp!1111 / 1176 MHz6.2 GHzAmp! Cooler

The cards will be priced starting at $249.99, with 2 GB factory overclocked cards expected to cost around $300. The 4 GB versions will likely be priced higher.

Check out our review here!

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    epileptic , June 27, 2013 4:24 AM
    MSI GTX 760 Gaming has Twin Frozr IV, not III.
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    samuelspark , June 27, 2013 5:09 AM
    The pricing is wrong on this article. Factory overclocked ones are $260 and 4GB is $280.
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    catswold , June 27, 2013 5:44 AM
    1152 cores. Seems odd that they are not going to float a ti card of something with 1344 cores as they did with the 670.

    There's quite a gap between the 760 and the 770 both price wise and performance wise.
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    Sangeet Khatri , June 27, 2013 7:40 AM
    At the end of the day you are going to get the cheapest one and overclock it yourself. :D 
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    JackNaylorPE , June 27, 2013 3:21 PM
    All cars are NOT created equal so "overclocking yaself" is a crap shoot. Different coolers, different VRM's, different PCBs all effect overclocking potential. Miss the days when THG used to report on VRM and PCB design.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-560-ti-roundup-asus-engtx560-graphics-card-overclocking,2858.html
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    husker apollo , June 27, 2013 9:55 PM
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html

    any idea where will this fall on GPU hierarchy?
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    dingo07 , June 28, 2013 9:45 AM
    wow, with all those cards, and sure more to come - how can someone possibly decide which one to get over any other...????
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    tabascosauz , July 3, 2013 7:05 PM
    When I first discovered the OEM GTX 660, somehow I knew it wouldn't be the last time I would see the GK104 with a 1152/96/32 config. Really nothing surprising, because the increased clock would give it make its texture rate a lot closer to the 660 Ti than the 660.

    I'm kinda surprised that the 760 would outpace the 660 Ti in BF3 simply because of the 670/680 grade 256-bit memory. Even with 192 less stream processors.