NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN LE is GTX 780, GeForce 700 Series Detailed

Published: Apr 23rd 2013, 01:31 GMT

According to BrightSideofNews, NVIDIA is preparing its whole new GeForce 700 lineup for late May. Most importantly, the GTX TITAN LE, which we were talking about for a while, is in fact the GeForce GTX 780.

The site claims that their Asian sources confirm the upcoming GeForce 700 series coming next month. The GK110-based graphics card, which would sport 2496 CUDA cores, is now said to be named GeForce GTX 780. While the GTX TITAN is a consumer part of the Tesla K20X, the GTX 780 would be a consumer version of the Tesla K20. The source claims that the GeForce GTX 780 would be 30% faster than GTX 680, which is quite interesting, since the original TITAN is only 23% faster (source). The card would arrive in late May, maybe even on Computex in June. Interestingly, there’s also a price mentioned — $499 to $599.

Moving forward to GeForce GTX 770. The card would receive a GK104-425 GPU, which would be almost identical to GTX 680’s processor. We are looking at a 25-30% performance boost here. Unfortunately, the card would still feature 256-bit interface. On the other hand it is said that the card will arrive with 4GB as a default configuration.

The third card detailed is GeForce GTX 760 Ti. This would basically be a rebranded GTX 670, which means it would sport 256-bit interface and 2GB memory. Taking about the performance — 20% over the current GTX 660 Ti. As for these numbers, I’m quite sure they got them from the hat, rather than a real, credible source.

As mentioned earlier, this high-end segment of GeForce 700 cards would arrive in late May. It is possible that all cards would be launched together. I’ve asked my sources about the recent leaks regarding the whole new series coming soon, but I received no confirmation.

GeForce GTX TITANGeForce GTX 780GeForce GTX 770GeForce GTX 760 Ti
CUDA Cores2688249615361344
MSRP$999$499 to $599$399$299

Source: BSN

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