Nvidia GTX 780 Ti Specifications Leaked

/ 3 years ago


Early reports suggested that Nvidia’s newly announced GTX 780 Ti graphics card would sit somewhere in between the GTX 780 and the GTX Titan but according to the latest reports from Chinese forum Chiphell the GTX 780 Ti may marginally exceed the GTX Titan in raw performance.


The specifications of the GTX 780 Ti have been neatly summarised in the table below:


The specifications show that the higher clock speed of the GTX 780 Ti should allow it to match or maybe even beat the GTX Titan. Of course the GTX Titan still has twice the memory, more CUDA cores and a more powerful GPU – which will be its major selling points that justify its higher price over the GTX 780 Ti. In terms of a loose performance metric Hexus quotes “4,494/4709” GFLOPS for the GTX Titan and “4,503/4762” GFLOPS for the GTX 780 Ti. If GFLOPS translates into gaming performance the GTX 780 Ti should be a hair ahead of the GTX Titan at stock vs stock, except when a game demands more than 3GB of VRAM for optimal operation.

We will do our best to get Nvidia’s GTX 780 Ti in for a full review but in the mean time we’ll just have to wait and see.

Image #1 courtesy of Nvidia, image #2 courtesy of Chiphell and image #3 courtesy of eTeknix

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  • 63Jax

    not enough to beat the 290x, and anyway i think AMD also has an XTX coming, or something like this if it does

    • γιαννης

      for the 29xx yes because its the new chip but for the others they already are at their limit..

    • Hirano

      It won’t beat the 290x, but would match it evenly. With the same price range and performance to the 290x, people will still buy nvidia cards and won’t all flock to 290x. Good thinking.

  • Alistair Hardy

    so what was that headline about with 12GB of RAM a few days ago?
    it was everywhere as a headline but now it appears to have 3GB of RAM

    • Yeh I saw that too. Didn’t really believe it to be honest. 12GB of RAM is overkill given the maximum number of screens and resolutions an Nvidia card can support. I think 3GB is still plenty for most and if people need more than 3GB they can go for something like a GTX 770 4GB or a GTX Titan.