ZOTAC is preparing two GeForce GTX 760 models for worldwide launch, but it doesn’t mean we won’t see for instance Extreme model for Asia (like it happen with GTX 770).
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 760 (ZT-70401-10P) and GTX 760 AMP! (ZT-70402-10P)
GeForce GTX 760 is equipped with a GK104 GPU, which packs 1152 CUDA cores, 96 texture units and 32 raster units. By default the card is running at 980/1033 MHz. The ZT-70401-10P model (reference design) is running at 993/1059 MHz with a memory clock at 6 GHz. The AMP! model is the fastest GTX 760 on the market (1111/1176/6208 MHz).
Both models are equipped with a pair of 6-pin power connectors and a very short PCB, probably the same size as the GTX 660 Ti, though the layout has been changed. The PCB even fits into GTX670/660Ti/660 reference cooler, that should give you an idea about it’s size.
The cooler on the AMP! model is also slightly different from what we’ve seen in the past. It seems that the fans have more room around them, and the shroud is slightly longer.
The reference-based card should cost between €250 and €260, whereas the AMP! will be closer to €270 price tag.