PNY has announced two new GTX 780 Ti graphics cards, the GTX 780 Ti OC and the GTX 780 Ti Custom.
The GTX 780 Ti OC is the more powerful of the set. It carries a rather sizable cooler that packs three fans. Its GPU is clocked at a base frequency of 1006 MHz and can boost all the way up to 1072 MHz. The memory is clocked at an effective speed of 7.2 GHz.
The GTX 780 Ti Custom features a similar looking cooler, but it only carries two fans. PNY has opted to have it stick to Nvidia's reference frequencies, so the GPU is clocked at 875 MHz base, 928 boost, with memory clocked at an effective speed of 7.0 GHz.
PNY's GTX 780 Ti OC and GTX 780 Ti Custom will be available soon, with UK pricing set at £629.99 and £614.99. No word on U.S. pricing yet.
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Pricey to say the least. I can't wait for the 780 Ti to come down in price. I think it's a brilliant card with many years worth of service in it. ATi's solutions are also brilliant, but again, pricing needs to be right. I'm not one of those people that upgrades everytime something new comes along. I only upgrade once every 3 to 4 years and this year I finally plan on upgrading my GTX295 that has served me so well. Finally need to get into the DX11.xx side of things :)Reply
Too rich for my blood.Reply
If anyone was planning on buying one of these who wouldn't spend 15 more on the OC? 15 euros would get you a clock speed 131Mhz higher! I don't see the customer one selling well at all.Reply
Wtfxxxgp, Best Buy here had them at $99.99 and I though it was an error or box in the wrong place, how much are they priced where you're at? I'm still trying to decide which the GF610 2G PCIE or the Radeon R7 240?Reply