We've already reported a number of things about the upcoming GTX 700 series discrete desktop graphics cards, and one of the things that came to light was that the PCB of the GTX 780 supposedly resembled that of the GTX Titan, however, we never got a clear picture to show this. Now, the folks over at it168 have released a whole lot of pictures that show clearer details. The rumored specifications have also changed; they are slightly lower than previous rumors.
The pictures show the PCB of the GTX 780, and you can tell that it has half the number of memory chips, but beyond that and the cooler, which now says GTX 780 instead of GTX Titan, it wouldn't even be surprising if some folks would mistake the card for being a GTX Titan. The card is rumored to have a base clock speed of 863 MHz, with a 902 MHz boost speed. Power will be drawn from a combination of an 8-pin and 6-pin PCIe power connectors.
|GPU||CUDA Cores||TMUs||ROPs||Memory||Memory Bus||Price|
|GTX 780||GK110||2,304||192||48||3 GB||384-bit||€500-€600|
|GTX 770||GK104-425||1,536||128||32||2 GB||256-bit||€360|
|GTX 760 Ti||GK104-225||1,344||112||32||2 GB||256-bit||€200|
The card is expected to launch May 23rd, in the meantime, enjoy the pictures below.