NVIDIA also preparing GeForce GTX 760 TI OEM

Published: Sep 30th 2013, 18:08 GMT

GeForce GTX 660

It seems that GeForce GTX 770 Ti is not the only new card NVIDIA is currently working on.

The latest BETA driver revealed that manufacturer is also preparing a new OEM model. The GeForce GTX 760 Ti will be based on Kepler GK104, as suggested by the DEV ID. Of course we know absolutely nothing at this point. The new card could feature one of many possible derivatives of the GK104 GPUs. There is a chance though, that this GTX 760 Ti model is not only being prepared for OEM market, but also for retail market.

GeForce 331.40 BETA:

NVIDIA_DEV.118F = “NVIDIA Tesla K10”
NVIDIA_DEV.1193 = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Ti OEM”
NVIDIA_DEV.11BA = “NVIDIA Quadro K5000”
NVIDIA_DEV.11BC = “NVIDIA Quadro K5000M”

The GeForce GTX 760 TI is not entirely new. In fact it was already listed in HP driver a month ago. Only it was a different card. Both HP GTX 760 Ti and the one listed above have different IDs. So despite both being based on GK104, it is unknown what is the actual configuration of the new GTX 760 Ti OEM.

HP Driver:

NVIDIA_DEV.118E.6892.103C = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (192-bit)”
NVIDIA_DEV.1189.1074.10DE = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 Ti OEM”
NVIDIA_DEV.1185.106F.10DE = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760”

New entries in drivers could further suggest that NVIDIA is preparing more graphics cards for the fourth quarter of this year (as suggested by Fudzilla).

A bonus

NVIDIA also added a new card to the lineup, although I don’t think it’s a R9 290X competitor, or is it?

NVIDIA_DEV.11C4.1029.10DE = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 645”

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