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A Roundup of the GeForce GTX 780 Releases & Variants

As with most major releases, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 is available in a number of variants from a wide range of manufacturers, which are tabulated below. It’s interesting to note that there seems to be little variation from Nvidia’s reference specifications, and that EVGA has made the peculiar decision to release seven versions of the GTX 780 with three different coolers and clock rates.

NameBase ClockBoost ClockMemory ClockCoolerPrice
Nvidia Reference GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
Asus GTX 780863 MHz902 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
EVGA GTX 780863 MHz902 MHz1502 MHzStockTBC
EVGA GTX 780863 MHz902 MHz1502 MHzACXTBC
EVGA GTX 780863 MHz902 MHz1502 MHzEVGATBC
EVGA GTX 780 ClassifiedTBCTBC1502 MHzACXTBC
EVGA GTX 780 FTWTBCTBC1502 MHzACXTBC
EVGA GTX 780 Superclocked941 MHz993 Mhz1502 MHzStockTBC
EVGA GTX 780 Superclocked941 MHz993 Mhz1502 MHzACXTBC
Galaxy GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
Gigabyte GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
Gigabyte GTX 780 WindForce 3x OC954 MHz1006 MHz1502 MHzWindForce 3xTBC
Inno3D iChill GTX 7801006 MHz1046 MHz1553 MHzHurculeZ 3000TBC
KFA2 GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
MSI GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
Palit GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
Zotac GTX 780863 MHz900 MHz1502 MHzStock$650
  • spentshells
    EVGA is really planning on selling a lot of these cards apparently.
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  • dingo07
    i find it comical, to say the least
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  • Maxx_Power
    That's a nice looking reference cooler.
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  • JackNaylorPE
    Be nice to see the differences in VRM designs as ya did with ya 560 Ti roundup
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  • dkcomputer
    So I didn't upgrade from my 3slot asus 580 to the 680 because I figured I would get a 780 instead... So now my choice is to buy a 680 that's called a "770"? or pay $650??? Or wait another year? Stupid move nvidia. Stupid.
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  • greghome
    Hm.....no Sapphire 780 :P
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  • xiinc37
    10855017 said:
    Hm.....no Sapphire 780 :P

    I believe Sapphire is AMD only.

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  • JOSHSKORN
    Do motherboard manufacturers take dual-slot or tri-slot GPUs in mind and move other slots down so they aren't wasted.??
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  • spentshells
    10855264 said:
    10855017 said:
    Hm.....no Sapphire 780 :P

    I believe Sapphire is AMD only.

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  • CarolKarine
    I like the inno3d's Ichill.
    http://i1-news.softpedia-static.com/images/news-700/There-s-a-Third-Inno3D-GTX-780-Card-the-iChill-with-HerculeZ-3000-Cooler.jpg?1369407579
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