Asus has announced its new GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II graphics card. Beyond featuring the new 'king of the hill' GPU, as well as the impressive DirectCU II cooler, it has one more flashy feature.
The graphics card, as stated, is based on the GTX 780 Ti. As such, it features the GK110 GPU, fully enabled to feature 2880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs and 48 ROPs. Boosted, the GPU will clock at up to 1020 MHz. The memory aboard counts 3 GB and is clocked at an effective speed of 7.0 GHz.
Asus has also equipped the card with its DIGI+ VRM circuitry, giving the card a 10-phase power design. According to Asus, this reduces the card's power noise by 30 percent and makes the card 15 percent more efficient.
The most interesting feature, which happens to be the least technological one of the card, is its flashy appearance. Reportedly, its accent stickers can be swapped for either red stickers or gold stickers, to match your Asus motherboard.
Asus will ship the card starting mid-December, with no word on pricing just yet.