NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 3DMark11 Performance Leaked

Published: Jun 17th 2013, 10:52 GMT

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 3DMark11

For all the mid-range graphics cards enthusiasts, we have the latest GeForce GTX 760 leak. A member of Chiphell community has posted a 3DMark11 score of GeForce GTX 760, at least that’s what he says.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 3Dmark11 Performance Score (factory-overclocked model)

  • 3DMark Score: Px830 (probably 8830)
  • Graphics Score: 8897
  • Physics Score: 9676
  • Combined Score: 7435

If you happen to own a GeForce GTX 670 then you might find these results quite similar to yours. We could say that a reference GTX 670 might lose the battle with factory-overclocked GTX 760. Most of the GTX 670 samples can easily reach 1200 MHz clocks, which should give you a  graphics score between 9000 and 10000 marks, but we don’t know how does the GTX 760 perform in overclocking yet. Although, I will risk saying that we might see a lot of GTX 760s beating GTX 670s (but would it be so surprising?).

If the specifications are correct, then we are looking at a less-equipped processor with a high clockrate, which could compete with the current GTX 670 model. NVIDIA pumped a lot of juice into this graphics card to give you the same results only with less CUDA Cores. Nevertheless, we can already say that Kepler GK104 GPU is a modern G92 processor, already powering two GeForce series, and I’m quite sure NVIDIA is not done with it yet (mid-range GeForce 800 series?).

I have covered the specs in my previous post, so if you want to know more about the upcoming GeForce GTX 760 graphics card then have a look here (bear in mind, nothing has been verified yet, but I’m working on that).

Source: Chiphell

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