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NVIDIA prepping GeForce GTX 770 Ti with 1920 CUDA cores?

Posted on Tuesday, October 01 2013 @ 19:28:09 CEST by


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VideoCardz heard rumors that NVIDIA is planning to release a GeForce GTX 770 Ti, a new card to compete against AMD's upcoming GPU refresh. Exact details are unknown, but the GTX 770 Ti reportedly has a GK110 or GK114 based GPU with 1920 CUDA cores, 160 TMUs, 48 ROPs, 384-bit memory bus and 3GB GDDR5 memory. The core reportedly has a frequency of 1033MHz, with a 1150MHz boost clock and a 6GHz clockspeed for the memory. Pricing is said to be in the vicinity of $449.
Yes, this is how the website actually named it. It looks weird and Iā€™m pretty sure this is not the final name for it. Anyway, this is not the most important bit of information here. The GTX 780i would be using GK110/GK114 GPU with 1920 CUDAs. In comparison to other GK110-based models it also lost some texture units, resulting in 160 total TMUs. The number of ROP units did not change and remains at 48. If this rumor is even true then I find it very interesting, apparently the slower Hawaii ā€” R9 290 ā€” will also use the same number of ROPs, just as 290X. For that reason NVIDIA would launch a card with the same number of ROPs as GTX 780. At least this explains which card is NVIDIA targeting here.

Moving on to clocks, we have a 1033 MHz base clock and 1150 MHz boost clock. This is a really good speed and I highly doubt this is a reference board, especially considering boost clock. The memory configuration has not changed a lot, and remains at a speed of 1502 MHz (6GHz effective). Of course it also has 3GB GDDR5 memory across 384-bit interface.




 



 

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