NVIDIA launches GeForce GTX 760 Ti OEM and GTX 760 OEM

Published: Oct 17th 2013, 15:09 GMT

GeForce GTX 660

NVIDIA has quietly updated its GeForce 700 lineup on GeForce.com website.

Just as we wrote few week ago, NVIDIA has been working on a new GTX 760 Ti graphics card. Unfortunately it’s only for OEM partners. Additionally NVIDIA has also added a GTX 760 OEM.


The 760 TI OEM packs Kepler GK104 GPU with 1344 CUDA cores, we are looking at a pure GeForce GTX 670 rebrand. Card is even clocked at the same speed — 915 / 980 MHz. The memory runs at 1502 MHz (6 GHz effective). This new mid-range model is also equipped with 2GB GDDR5 memory and 256-bit interface. It’s unknown whether this card will make its way to a retail pipeline.


The non-Ti model has the same number of CUDA cores as the non-OEM variant. That said it is equipped with 1152 CUDAs. It is a slower variant of a retail version of the GTX 760. The GTX 760 OEM is clocked at 823 / 888 / 1450 MHz. It also has a shorter memory bus — 192-bit. It will arrive in 1.5 and 3GB configurations. This is most likely a GeForce GTX 660 OEM rebrand only with slightly faster memory clock – 1450 vs 1400 MHz.

Both cards feature the same design known from various GeForce 600 series graphics cards. The 760 Ti OEM has a TDP measured at 170 W, whereas the 760 OEM will consume up to 130 W.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 lineup
GeForce GTX 760 Ti OEMGeForce GTX 760 OEMGeForce GTX 760
CUDA Cores134411521152
Base Clock915 MHz823 MHz980 MHz
Boost Clock980 MHz888 MHz1033 MHz
Memory Clock1502 MHz1452 MHz1502 MHz
Effective Memory Clock6008 MHz5808 MHz6008 MHz
Memory2GB GDDR51.5 / 3GB GDDR52GB GDDR5
Memory Bus Width256-bit192-bit256-bit
Memory Bandwidth192.2 GB/s134 GB/s192.2 GB/s
TDP170 W130 W170 W

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