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Computex Taipei 2013 - Galaxy has just unveiled two GeForce GTX 7-series cards at Computex 2013. While there is nothing special about a new GTX 780 and GTX 770 at this point, both cards are non-reference design which makes them kind of special.
As far as I know, Galaxy's new GeForce GTX 780 Superclock Hall of Fame is actually the world's first non-reference GTX 780 available to consumers. The card features a bright white PCB with a very strong VRM design to support higher factory-overclocked speeds. Cooling is handled by a very robust triple-slot air-cooler that utilizes a dense aluminum fin-stack, copper heat pipes and two large 92mm fans.
Galaxy also introduced a new GeForce GTX 770 Super Overclock (SOC) this week at the show. Unsurprisingly, this new GTX 770 SOC appears to look very similar to the GTX 680 SOC edition which is expected since there are very few differences between the two cards. You get the same white non-reference PCB as well as the triple fan cooler, which should do well to cool the card despite the higher clock speeds of the GTX 770 over GTX 670.
Computex Taipei 2013 - With new video cards being released over the recent weeks from NVIDIA we get a chance to sit down and check out the latest offerings from EVGA to find out just what they're doing with the new high-end single GPU models from NVIDIA.
As you'd expect the focus was on the new GTX 700 series and EVGA showed off four of its main models which starting from the left included the new EVGA GTX 780 Hydro Cooler which of course carries with ti that massively mean looking water block.
Moving across to the right we found ourselves looking at one card that extremely excites us; the upcoming GTX 780 Classified. Designed in house the new Classified model is due to offer some extreme performance and even more extreme overclocking capabilities with improvements in a number of areas. While final clock speeds for the model haven't been set yet, It's safe to say that most users of the upcoming model will probably be firing up EVGA Precision and trying to get even more performance out of the card.
Computex Taipei 2013 - Some of you may know how much of a multi-monitor and high-resolution fanboy I am, well, I had to stop at AMD's booth at Computex to check out their 5-screen Eyefinity rig, which just looked amazing.
The five monitors were in portrait mode, another favorite of mine, and had Tomb Raider ready to play. I didn't play it myself, but I did take some video of another show-goer playing it and it looked incredible. The rig running it was powered by an AMD FX 8350 processor, 8GB of AMD Radeon DDR3 RAM, a Radeon HD 7990 dual-GPU graphics card, and the five monitors, pumping out a resolution of 5400x1920. Now that is my kind of setup!
Computex Taipei 2013 - You know what? This is the kind of technology that I live for; Sapphire are back in the spotlight once again with an insane new dual-GPU card, the Sapphire Atomic HD7990 6GB.
As you can see from the product name, we have 6GB of RAM which will be announced later (probably some insanely fast gear) and two Tahiti XT2 GPU's. Sapphire's Atomic range always goes crazy, so we have six miniDisplayPort outputs for some crazy multi-monitor goodness, something that gets the blood flowing through my body. Now, none of this is possible without some power, and just how much does the Atomic HD7990 6GB require?
Computex Taipei 2013 - EVGA has debuted a new GTX 780 Classified GPU based upon NVIDIA's latest GTX 700 series of GPUs. The GTX 780 Classified makes use of EVGA's ACX Cooling, providing up to 15 percent lower GPU and memory temperatures, 15 percent less noise, and 700 percent stronger fanblades.
The GTX 780 Classified features a 14+3 Phase Power setup, helping to provide clean power, an important aspect to have when overclocking. It gets its power from dual 8-pin power connectors, again allowing for extreme overclocking. Pricing and availability are unknown at the time of writing.
NVIDIA is pushing ahead full-steam with its 700-series of graphics cards. Last week, NVIDIA launched the GTX 780. Earlier today, NVIDA launched the GTX 770. Now, the green graphics card maker has debuted its new line of mobile 700-series GPUs. The range is powered by Kepler from bottom to top and brings great performance to mobile platforms.
The new GTX 780M is the world's fastest mobile GPU. It rocks 1536 CUDA cores clocked at 823MHz. It can be paired with as much as 4GB of RAM, providing quite the gaming experience. The RAM and core are connected via a 256-bit interface. NVIDIA is also launching a new GTX 760M, 765M, and 770M.
NVIDIA says these new mobile chips are at least 30 percent faster than their last-generation counterparts. The 770M rocks just 960 CUDA cores connected to up to 3GB of RAM through a 192-bit memory interface. The 760M and 765M both use 768 CUDA cores, but the 765M is clocked almost 200MHz faster.
This morning, Palit released its version of the GeForce GTX 770 and unlike other GPU manufacturers, Palit chose to toss away the reference design cooler and add their own JetStream cooler into the mix. The result is said to be a 10 percent gain in overclockability as well as some snazzy good looks!
The Palit GeForce GTX 770 JetStream 2GB ships with a 10 percent higher core clock, which Palit says equates to 10 percent higher gaming performance. Like other video cards in Palit's JetStream line, the GTX 770 comes equipped with the company's signature JetStream 80mm,90mm,80mm triple fan bank that cools the GPU by 15 Celsius lower, and is 9dB quieter than the reference design.
Palit attributes these performance gains to several upgraded features on the GTX770 JetStream 2GB. These include:
- Copper Based Heatsink - Efficiently dissipate the heat from GPU and make 20 percent cooler
- 8 Phase PWM - Stabilize the voltage level the improve overclocking ability.
- MasterMode - GPU Overvoltage and Memory Overvoltage to increase extra 5+ percent performance.
Yesterday we saw a leak on the GeForce GTX 770 that claimed a memory clock of 7GHz and a price tag of $400, and this morning I can confirm that rumor was true. NVIDIA has just announced the GeForce GTX 770 and it appears that all the rumors are true.
The GeForce GTX 770 does run the same chip as the GTX 680 and does have the higher 7GHz memory clock. NVIDIA says that it is about five percent faster than the 680 overall but retains the 1,536 cuda cores. The rumors also were correct on the cooling hardware. The GTX 770 features the same style cooler as seen on the GTX 780 and GTX TITAN.
NVIDIA says the GTX 770 will retail for $399 for a 2GB model. It is available now at all major retailers. Our own Shawn Baker has had his hands on the GTX 770 for a while now and his review can be found here. What do you think about the new GeForce GTX 770? Personally, at the $400 price tag, I want three!
GIGABYTE GTX 770 WindForce shows up on GIGABYTE's own website, shouldn't be too long until it launches
Pictures of the GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 770 have shown up online, thanks to GIGABYTE. The company jumped the gun and posted up a product page for its upcoming GTX 770 WindForce video card. We've seen some leaks regarding the GTX 770, but nothing official has been provided by NVIDIA.
The specs are basically what we saw earlier today with a previous leak. The WindForce makes use of GIGABYTE's WindForce 3X 450W cooling system and features 2GB of GDDR5 RAM connected on a 256-bit memory interface. The clock is slightly higher than the previous leak, comking in at 1137MHz base and 1189MHz boost.
For now, the page is still visible over on GIGABYTE's page, though it could end up being pulled down soon. With product pages being put up, it shouldn't be too much longer until the card is officially available.
Things are looking good for NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 770 this morning as new specifications and pricing information has leaked. The GTX 770 appears to be identical to the GTX 680 in hardware but will feature higher clocks and faster memory frequency. The leak comes from retailers located in Tokyo's Akihabara shopping district in the form of photographs taken of the sales sheet on a monitor.
The chip is said to be clocked at 1046MHz and will feature a massive 7GHz memory clock. If these specifications are true, then the GTX 770 will be the highest clocked GPU ever made, albeit with a power draw of 230 watts. The card will feature the same cooling solution used on the GTX 780 and GTX TITAN. Combining the speed with good looks and topping things off with a pricing point of $400 makes the GTX 770 the best bang for your buck GPU on the market.