ELSA Launches GeForce GTX 770 Hybrid Graphics Card

ELSA, a manufacturer of graphics cards, has introduced its GTX 770 Hybrid graphics card. This graphics card is simply a GTX 770 with an Accelero Hybrid cooler slapped onto it. The graphics card itself is overclocked, and like many custom cards, it has a premium price tag to go with it.

The GPU on the GTX 770 Hybrid is overclocked to a frequency of 1163 MHz with a 1202 MHz boost clock. The card packs a noteworthy 4 GB of GDDR5 memory, which runs at a speed of 7.28 GHz over a 256-bit wide memory interface.

The Accelero Hybrid cooler cools the graphics card with both air and liquid cooling. It features a single 120 mm water cooling radiator, as well as an 80 mm fan on the cooling shroud itself. It is capable of cooling up to 320 watts, though we'd be proud of you if you manage to get the card to need such cooling power. Of course, such a powerful cooler can also run at much lower speeds to be quieter. As such, the card, at factory clock speeds, should not make more than 25 dBA of noise.

ELSA's GTX 770 Hybrid should already be shipping and carries a price tag of about $700.

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  • In3rt1a
    Why would i get a gtx 770 @ 700 when I could get a 780
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  • cynath
    Anonymous said:
    $300 premium for a cooler? Ain't nobody got time for that.

    *Ain't nobody got dime for that.
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  • merikafyeah
    $700? How about "no".

    For $700, you can get the fastest single gpu card on the planet, the Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 HOF Edition:
    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/08/14/galaxy_geforce_gtx_780_hof_edition_review/
    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DZIFN4M/

    When overclocked, it will match (and sometimes beat) the performance of a GTX 690 or Radeon HD 7990, but without any of the problems associated with dual-GPU setups. I cannot stress this enough: Single GPU >>> multi-GPU.

    Before you ask, the answer is: No, you cannot take any regular GTX 780 and overclock it to the same levels as the HOF edition card, since the chip used in the HOF card was especially binned for higher overclocks and the card itself is heavily modified to handle much higher voltages and heat without degradation.
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  • merikafyeah
    $700? How about "no".

    For $700, you can get the fastest single gpu card on the planet, the Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 HOF Edition:
    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/08/14/galaxy_geforce_gtx_780_hof_edition_review/
    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DZIFN4M/

    When overclocked, it will match (and sometimes beat) the performance of a GTX 690 or Radeon HD 7990, but without any of the problems associated with dual-GPU setups. I cannot stress this enough: Single GPU >>> multi-GPU.

    Before you ask, the answer is: No, you cannot take any regular GTX 780 and overclock it to the same levels as the HOF edition card, since the chip used in the HOF card was especially binned for higher overclocks and the card itself is heavily modified to handle much higher voltages and heat without degradation.
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  • bryonhowley
    For that price you can get a great GTX 770 and the cooler put it on your self and still save money. I did it with both of my GTX 670's since there was no full water blocks that are made for my cards.
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  • In3rt1a
    Why would i get a gtx 770 @ 700 when I could get a 780
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