A GPU-Z screenshot of the GTX 760 has been leaked, and the specifications it shows are a little different from what we had expected.
A user over at the chiphell forums has leaked an image of a GPU-Z screenshot of the GTX 760 graphics card. While initially we had thought that the GTX 760 would simply be a re-badged GTX 670, it appears now that it isn't. Instead, it's a lot more similar to the GTX 660 Ti, except with some higher clock speeds.
The card is said to feature a GK104 GPU that is built on a 28 nm lithography. It will feature 1152 CUDA cores, 32 ROPs, and 96 TMUs. The GPU has been clocked at a core speed of 1072 MHz with a boost speed of 1111 MHz. The memory also got a boost -- now it runs at an effective speed of 7.0 GHz and over a 256-bit wide memory interface. It does still pack 2 GB of GDDR5 memory.
One thing to note, though, is that the screenshot doesn't indicate specifically that this is the GTX 760. For all we know, the title of the forum post might be wrong, and this screenshot might be that of, say, a GTX 750. We won't know until later.
Little else is known about the cards for now, though they are rumored to launch this month with an expected MSRP of $299.