Nvidia Announces GTX 780 Ti 12GB Graphics Card

/ 6 years ago


AMD have had a great show this last few weeks, but Nvidia wasn’t about to take AMDs new card launches without a fight! So enter to the gaming battlefield, the newly announced GTX 780 Ti.

The GTX 780 Ti is based on the GK110 GPU core and has been widely speculated to be a 770 Ti, but no, Nvidia have gone one better and done the 780 Ti and it’s a beast! Packed with all the latest features to excite your inner gamer, we have Nvidia G-Sync, Nvidia GameWork, Nvidia ShadowPlay and GameStream.


Nvidia say their new card is built for 4K and 4K surround and while we don’t have raw hardware details at this time, it is expected to pack 2880 Cuda cores, 384-bit memory interface and up to 12GB of GDDR5 memory. It looks pretty much the same as a Titan or stock 780, even featuring the same 6+8 pin power connectors.

We expect the card to cost around $700 and Nvidia say the card could be out as soon as next month! As always, we will bring you more details on this new GPU as soon as we have them.

Thank you Hardware Pal for providing us with this information

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14 Responses to “Nvidia Announces GTX 780 Ti 12GB Graphics Card”
  1. Mark Smith says:

    Hmm, I hope this will lead to prices cuts on older cards such as the 760 and 770. I’m on a budget build and any price cut is good for me 😀

    • John Peterson says:

      I would be happy to see my 660ti price drop as well …yeah, I only have 2 gb at my disposal …but my monitor is 1080p at max , I would imagine that the 780ti come equipped with so much memory to be able to handle 2way 4k. With a second 660ti I should be sitting pretty for a while.

      • Mark Smith says:

        I plan on getting the EVGA GTX 760 4GB FTW edition but if the prices come down I may even consider the 770 version. But if not then I’ll stil with the 760 and further along the line buy another and put it in an SLI configuration 🙂

  2. Weston Konik says:

    Man… what was it, like 5 years ago when 1Gig was the max in GPUs? and now we are seeing 6, and maybe 12?!?!?!?

  3. Alistair Hardy says:


    when you guys going to get your hands on one of these bad boys?

  4. Mark DaVe Burns says:

    Well 12 is just necessary

  5. Jmac says:

    YES! I do video editing… This is PERFECT!

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