Nvidia GTX 770 Pictured, Uses GTX Titan Cooler

/ 5 years ago

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to keep up with the latest GTX 700 series rumours then be sure to check out Peter’s article on that where he detailed the GTX 780 to GTX 760 Ti. However, if you don’t have time to read that then below is a summary table of the GTX 700 series graphics cards in question, compared to a GTX Titan.


Table Credit: WCCF Tech

Why is the GTX Titan significant? Well because we were inclined to believe, based on our earlier articles, that the GTX 780, 770 and 760Ti would all be based on the GK110 GPU and the GTX Titan PCB and cooling design. Now pictures have emerged of the GTX 770 and we can see all the pieces falling into place.


As you can see the GTX 770 has a striking resemblance to the GTX Titan design. The only thing that sets it apart is the GTX 770 branding on the left hand side.


It will use the same vapour chamber and advanced fan control design as the GTX Titan which tries to find the best balance between thermals and noise. It is also quite likely it will use the same dynamic temperature based “GPU Boost” overclocking system that the GTX Titan also uses.


Other than those images there isn’t really much else we can add at this stage as we simply don’t have any more information to give you. For those of you who missed our previous article, then you can expect the GTX 770 to launch on May the 30th while the GTX 780 is expected on May the 23rd.

What are your thoughts on these pictures?

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6 Responses to “Nvidia GTX 770 Pictured, Uses GTX Titan Cooler”
  1. cinderz says:


  2. d6bmg says:

    Almost no visible difference between this one and GTX Titan.

  3. If this is so then those are nice coolers. They cool quite well after you remove the glop loosely called thermal grease and replace it properly with something of better quality. That plastic (polycarbonate if you prefer) window tends to get grimy quite quickly.

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