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Report: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 Supposed Specs Revealed

By - Source: VideoCardz | B 24 comments

Some new details have surfaced regarding the specifications of the GeFroce GTX 760.

The folks over at VideoCardz.com have decided to share with the world a number of details about the GTX 760. While the details carry no particularly big surprises, they do verify most of what we've seen before.

The card's GPU will be a GK104-225 part. It will feature 1152 CUDA cores, 32 ROPs, and 96 TMUs. The GPU will run at a base clock of 980 MHz and carry a boost clock of 1033 MHz. Also aboard the PCB, users will find 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, which will run at an effective speed of 6.0 GHz over a 256-bit memory interface. While 2 GB may be the default flavor for the card to come in, there will also be 4 GB versions. The report also indicates that the card will carry the GPU Boost 2.0 technology. With these specifications the card is replacing the GTX 660 Ti and not the GTX 670. Performance is expected to be slightly above that of the AMD Radeon HD 7950, though still below the Radeon HD 7970 levels.

The card will be fed its spike through two 6-pin PCIe power connectors, and the standard TDP is rated at 170 W.

According to the report, Nvidia's GTX 760 will be launched on June 25, early next week. Numerous sources indicate pricing to be around $299. Another thing to note is that after the GTX 760, according to the report, Nvidia has no new graphics cards planned for the coming months.

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    Warsaw , June 21, 2013 9:03 PM
    Nvidia has woken up and getting really aggressive with the dropping of prices with their 600 series, as well as bring in the new 700 products. AMD needs to start dropping prices and release the new cards shortly, Q4 is too long of a wait. Hoping for the best, everyone loves competition (especially our wallets).
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    King Hackintosh , June 21, 2013 9:16 PM
    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????
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    dudewitbow , June 21, 2013 9:20 PM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.
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    King Hackintosh , June 21, 2013 9:24 PM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?
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    dudewitbow , June 21, 2013 9:31 PM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?


    the 7970 has more overclock potential and vram as well as larger memory bus. the 670 will likely offer a more stress free environment. The 7970 ghz(an overclocked 7970) is similar to the current gtx 770(OC 680 with better vram) performance wise.
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    King Hackintosh , June 21, 2013 9:49 PM
    Interesting...
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    Chemosh013 , June 21, 2013 10:27 PM
    It seems like the 670 would still be more powerful than the 760. I guess this leaves room for a 760 ti to come out later this year and fill that performance gap.
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    rohitbaran , June 22, 2013 2:13 AM
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    Nvidia has woken up and getting really aggressive with the dropping of prices with their 600 series, as well as bring in the new 700 products. AMD needs to start dropping prices and release the new cards shortly, Q4 is too long of a wait. Hoping for the best, everyone loves competition (especially our wallets).

    Yeah, right rebranded cards with slightly tuned clock frequency are new cards totally.
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    sna , June 22, 2013 2:16 AM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?


    Go for Nvidia .. PhysX is worth it.

    examples

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVvaMBhfHlE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0xRJt8rcmY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdJVsFXfCpw

    plus ATI drivers today Stutter not cool
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    morgoth780 , June 22, 2013 6:21 AM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?


    Go for Nvidia .. PhysX is worth it.

    examples

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVvaMBhfHlE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0xRJt8rcmY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdJVsFXfCpw

    plus ATI drivers today Stutter not cool

    I have an HD 7950 and I don't have any problems with stuttering at all. It's only in multi-GPU setups that AMD cards start having that problem.
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    alidan , June 22, 2013 9:15 AM
    Quote:
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?


    Go for Nvidia .. PhysX is worth it.

    examples

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVvaMBhfHlE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0xRJt8rcmY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdJVsFXfCpw

    plus ATI drivers today Stutter not cool


    nvidia got locked out of the consoles,
    physx barely gets used as it is.
    unreal 4 engine has physics in it already
    if nvidia wants to have physx as a brand, and sell rights, they are going to need to open it up, or be regulated to nvidia only. and with a version of physx going to the consoles for amd hardware, i find it hard to believe there won't be a cracked pc version.

    point being, physx is under used and should not be used as a selling point on a gpu.
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    eklipz330 , June 22, 2013 10:26 AM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?


    Go for Nvidia .. PhysX is worth it.

    examples

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVvaMBhfHlE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0xRJt8rcmY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdJVsFXfCpw

    plus ATI drivers today Stutter not cool


    nvidia got locked out of the consoles,
    physx barely gets used as it is.
    unreal 4 engine has physics in it already
    if nvidia wants to have physx as a brand, and sell rights, they are going to need to open it up, or be regulated to nvidia only. and with a version of physx going to the consoles for amd hardware, i find it hard to believe there won't be a cracked pc version.

    point being, physx is under used and should not be used as a selling point on a gpu.

    aside from physx, nvidia cards have lightboost for crt like gaming on some monitors, and theyll have that new game recorder that automatically records the previous 20 seconds of all games.

    all that being said, i just ordered the hd 7970 off of newegg with 5 games =]
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    shikamaru31789 , June 22, 2013 10:42 AM
    With a name like 760, you'd think this thing would be a direct sucessor to the 660, but it apparently isn't, as the 660 launched at $230 and this is launching at $300, the same price the 660ti launched at. I just don't see why they have to make naming so convoluted, and AMD is guilty of this as well. Were I making these cards, my goal for the 760 would be to equal or exceed the performance of the 660ti, for the same price the 660 launched at. My goal for the 760ti would be to equal or exceed the performance of the 670 for the price the 660ti launched at.
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    King Hackintosh , June 22, 2013 10:44 AM
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    With a name like 760, you'd think this thing would be a direct sucessor to the 660, but it apparently isn't, as the 660 launched at $230 and this is launching at $300, the same price the 660ti launched at. I just don't see why they have to make naming so convoluted, and AMD is guilty of this as well. Were I making these cards, my goal for the 760 would be to equal or exceed the performance of the 660ti, for the same price the 660 launched at. My goal for the 760ti would be to equal or exceed the performance of the 670 for the price the 660ti launched at.


    agreed ^
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    nitrium , June 22, 2013 1:54 PM
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    With these specifications the card is replacing the GTX 660 Ti and not the GTX 670.

    Of course it is. Otherwise what would the upcoming GTX 760Ti be replacing? I can't believe people seriously ever thought the GTX 760 would be the equivalent of a GTX 670. That would make no sense based on nVidia's rebadging of the GTX 600 series so far.
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    shikamaru31789 , June 22, 2013 2:06 PM
    Disregard.
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    kid-mid , June 22, 2013 3:23 PM
    so the call is what in terms of performance, right below a GTX 670 and right above the GTX 660 Ti?
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    kid-mid , June 22, 2013 3:24 PM
    the 6K memory speeds is disappointing however....
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    JPNpower , June 22, 2013 5:16 PM
    The point is, low end graphics are dying from the continued improvement from AMD and Intel, while high end stuff always comes out. So the same spec stuff is going to drop down in the series number code.

    However, it could be nice if NVIDIA could set their products with just numbers, and add "GS, GT, GTX" to the improved versions, so we won't have to deal with Ti or Boost or "GTX 650 Ti Boost" Also, the improved GTX 660 could be something like the GTX 665. Seriously, Nvidia, you have one extra digit to play with. If you keep on refreshing the series like this, you are going to suffer at the near future when you need to replace the 900 series.
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    sna , June 22, 2013 7:57 PM
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    Wow guys did you know the MSI GTX 670 is now selling for $304 @ newegg!!!????


    And theres a sapphire 7970 atm on newegg for 320$, 300$ after rebate, which is arguably the best value at the current moment.


    Which is better performance wise?


    Go for Nvidia .. PhysX is worth it.

    examples

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVvaMBhfHlE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0xRJt8rcmY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdJVsFXfCpw

    plus ATI drivers today Stutter not cool

    I have an HD 7950 and I don't have any problems with stuttering at all. It's only in multi-GPU setups that AMD cards start having that problem.


    Thanks for the info . I use multi GPU :)  .

    and still , physX rocks :) 
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