Nvidia GTX 760 Specifications Detailed Further
Ryan Martin / 3 years ago
According to a leaked report by Chiphell the Nvidia GTX 760 will feature 1152 CUDA cores, unlike any other Nvidia GK104 card on the market currently, meaning it is not based on a rebranded version of the GTX 670, GTX 660Ti or a GTX 660. The GTX 760 is a completely “new” Kepler design and features 1152 CUDA cores which sits in between the 960 of the GTX 660 and the 1344 of the GTX 660 Ti/GTX 670. Furthermore, Nvidia is continuing the trend of aggressive clock speeds and they opt for a 1072MHz stock base clock and 1111MHz GPU boost clock. The RAM is also clocked at an impressive 7012MHz.
The design then is essentially a GK104 GPU with 3/4 cluster units enabled. This gives 1152 CUDA cores, 96 Texture Mapping Units, 32 Render Output Units and a 256 bit GDDR5 memory interface. With it being a new card it should feature GPU Boost 2.0 and expect its TDP to be around the 150-170W region. Another key feature is that unlike the GTX 660 and GTX 660 Ti this card is not constrained by a 192 bit memory interface so should be able to achieve better performance as a result.
Image courtesy of Chiphell