ASUS ROG Nordic facebook account provided more closeups of the GeForce GTX 780 with DirectCU II cooling.
The new card from ASUS is based on a GeForce GTX 780 from NVIDIA. It is equipped with GK110 GPU, which packs 2304 CUDA cores. The new GTX 780 from ASUS comes with 3GB GDDR5 memory, which is clocked at 6 GHz. Card is running at 941 MHz in boost state.
According to the information provided by ASUS, we have a fully customized card, including a custom PCB and custom cooling solution. The board is equipped with DIGI+ VRM and SAP components.
As for the cooling, we have a new DirectCU II design which features wider 10mm heat pipes. There are two different fans mounted on the top of the cooler, and while working together they support a new technology called CoolTech 360-degree fan solution.
The GTX 780 DC2 OC is also equipped with a backplate, two SLI fingers for 4-way support and 4 display outputs: DVI-I, DVI-D, DisplayPort and HDMI.
The availability date and the pricing remain unknown.
Update: More pictures from techPowerUP: