Bright Side of News delivers exclusive word that NVIDIA will reveal three new GeForce GTX 700 series branded cards in the coming weeks. These cards will be based on current GPUs though, the next-gen architecture (aka Maxwell) from NVIDIA isn't expected to arrive until 2014, so we have to make due with slight updates of current offering.
First up is the GeForce GTX 780, this card is the "GeForce GTX Titan LE". Based on a cut-down GK110 GPU, this model seems like a consumer version of the Tesla K20C, with 2496 CUDA cores and 5GB GDDR5 memory. Performance is said to be around 30 percent faster than a GeForce GTX 780, with pricing likely in the vicinity of $499 to $599
Next is the GeForce GTX 770, this model is based on the GK104-425 die and is basically a higher clocked version of the GeForce GTX 680. It has a 256-bit memory bus, 4GB GDDR5 memory, and performance around 20-25 percent better than the GeForce GTX 670.
The final part in the lineup is the GeForce GTX 760 Ti. Based on the same GK104-225 die as the GeForce GTX 670, this model promises around 20-23 percent higher performance than a standard GeForce GTX 660 Ti.
The GTX 770 is anticipated to launch around mid-May, the GeForce GTX 780 should follow in the final days of May and the GTX 760 Ti is planned for a Computex launch in early June. Naturally, there's also a possibility that NVIDIA will launch all three parts together and claim to have the best product stack for gamers out there.