Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 Specs Revealed

Nvidia Geforce Gtx 760 Specs

Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 Specs Revealed

 

The good people at videocardz.com shared the exclusive Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 specs with the world today.  The GTX 760 will be replacing the GTX 660 Ti but still no word on final pricing, where it will likely cost more.  The GTX 760 will be officially announced on June 25th, which is only 2 days away from the time of this writing.  Still no word on a GTX 790 release, but it’s estimated to be fall 2013.

Enough with the small talk, let’s check out the Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 specs.

Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 Specs

Nvidia Geforce Gtx 760 Specs

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The Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 comes with a GK104 processor, with a limited 1152 CUDA cores on board, and uses the reference design from the GTX 670, 660 Ti, 660, and 650 Ti.  It comes with a 980Mhz base clock, and a 1033 Mhz boost clock.  The GTX 760 supports GPU Boost 2.0, which allows for better performance dependent on cooling.  The memory clock is set to 1502 Mhz, giving you an effective speed of 6008Mhz.

 

GPU GK104-225
CUDA Cores 1152
TMUs 96
ROPs 32
Memory 2GB / 4GB GDDR5
Interfrace 256-Bit
Base Clock 980 Mhz
Boost Clock 1033 Mhz
Memory Clock 1502 Mhz
Effective Memory Clock 6008 Mhz
Memory Bandwidth 192 GB/s
TDP 170W
Power Connectors 2 x 6-pin
Release Date June 25th 2013

 

The Nvidia Gerforce GTX 760 Specs are a decent improvement over the GTX 660 Ti.  While we don’t see huge gains, the card was intended as an upgrade for GTX 560 Fermi users.  Users with the GTX 560 will see twice the performance of their current card with the Geforce GTX 760.

The card will have 2GB GDDR5 by default, with the option for AIB (add in board) partners to increase that to 4GB.  Also, the Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 will have a 256-bit interface, 62 bits more than the Geforce GTX 660 Ti.

The Nvidia Gerfoce GTX 660 Ti is currently priced around $300.  Given the pricing on the GTX 770, we can estimate that the price will likely be between $300-$375.

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