MSI Introduces GTX 780 Ti Gaming 3G Graphics Card

MSI has announced its all-new GTX 780 Ti GAMING 3G graphics card. The graphics card features the firm's renown TwinFrozr IV cooler, as well as a custom PCB design to make it stand out in the crowd.

The graphics card is clocked at a base frequency of 1020 MHz, and can boost to speeds of up to 1085 MHz. It also features 3 GB of GDDR5 memory, which runs over a 384-bit wide memory bus at an effective speed of 7.0 GHz.

Display connectivity is handled by a pair of DVI outputs, a full-size DisplayPort, as well as an HDMI port.

There was no word on when the card would hit retail, nor was there any information on pricing.

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • Wamphryi
    Infamous is normally associated with something to be avoided. Is the article promoting the product or bagging it?
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  • clonazepam
    Yeah I think they threw that 'infamous' in due to some poor reporting on it earlier, thinking a transparent version was a production model when it was of course just a prototype.
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  • pcorbust
    I plan to get one of these cards to replace my aging 560 ti sli 1g set up. I game at 1440p, will my i5 3450 be a problem?
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  • MagicPants
    They ought to call the El Guapo 780ti

    From The Three Amigo's:
    "In-famous, what does that mean?"
    "Oh Dusty, in-famous is when you're more than famous."
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  • Trialsking
    Its only 3G! If it was 4G LTE I would total jump on it!!!
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  • Trialsking
    Its only 3G! If it was 4G LTE I would total jump on it!!!
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  • Considering that toms recommends that u not upgrade your cpu unless u can jump 3 tiers...and that an i5-2500k and an i7-4470k are all considered in the same tier...I think your fine
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  • pcorbust
    12174426 said:
    Considering that toms recommends that u not upgrade your cpu unless u can jump 3 tiers...and that an i5-2500k and an i7-4470k are all considered in the same tier...I think your fine

    Thanks. Anyone here an sli problem solver? I have no option in the nvidia control screen to enable sli. Both cards are working and I have reinstalled drivers. The sli bridge is in place.
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  • Master0Fevil22
    these nvidia cards worry me now....I feel like they should have at least gotten ONE console...Now ALL the games are going to get programmed for ATI's hardware. I know they have a lot of good brute force power,...Idk tho...we'll have to see where the industry leads in the next few years. I don't think missing out on all the consoles (except for the Shield....lmao) was a very good idea..
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  • redeemer
    12175253 said:
    these nvidia cards worry me now....I feel like they should have at least gotten ONE console...Now ALL the games are going to get programmed for ATI's hardware. I know they have a lot of good brute force power,...Idk tho...we'll have to see where the industry leads in the next few years. I don't think missing out on all the consoles (except for the Shield....lmao) was a very good idea..

    Do not worry Nvidia will still be a strong contender in the PC space for a few more years.
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