NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti also in special black edition

Published: 1st Nov 2013, 14:14 GMT

NVIDIA is also planning to launch a faster variant of GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Just as I told you in my previous post, GTX 780 Ti will also be available in 6GB and 12GB variants, these cards will be available in special, possibly limited editions.

I don’t know the exact name of these cards yet, so I will just refer to them as ‘special editions’.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti special black edition

While the original GTX 780 Ti will run at 876/928 MHz clocks, the exclusive special edition will boost to 1000/1033 MHz (unconfirmed). Both variants will have the same memory clock of 7 GHz. The clock speeds are not the only difference. The faster GTX 780 TI  has no TDP limit (at least on paper). This card is basically what Uber Mode is to R9 290X, only here you get higher clocks and more memory.

According to our sources, GeForce GTX 780 Ti will arrive with black cooler, so this is more than just a new BIOS.

The rest of the specs shouldn’t really change much.  I don’t know if this card is going to be released along with 3GB models, all we know for certain, is that it will not be cheap.

Please note, the picture below is just my interpretation of the ‘black 780 Ti’.
Someone suggested that the logo should be green, I have to agree, it looks better.

GeForce GTX 780 Ti Final Specifications
GeForce GTX 780GeForce GTX TITANGeForce GTX 780 TiGeForce GTX 780 Ti (special)
PictureEVGA GeForce GTX 780 (3)geforce-gtx-titan-frontGeForce GTX 780 TIGTX 780 TI black
GPU CodenameGK110-300-A1GK110-400-A1GK110GK110
GPU Process28nm28nm28nm28nm
GPU Config2304 : 192 : 482688 : 224 : 482880 : 240 : 482880 : 240 : 48
Memory Bus384-bit384-bit384-bit384-bit
Base Clock863 MHz837 MHz876 MHz1000 MHz
Boost Clock900 MHz876 MHz928 MHz1033 MHz
Memory Clock1502 MHz1502 MHz1752 MHz1752 MHz
Effective Clock6008 MHz6008 MHz7008 MHz7008 MHz
Bandwidth288 GB/s288 GB/s336 GB/s336 GB/s
Power Connectors8+6 Pin8+6 Pin8+6 Pin?
TDP250 W250 W250 Wunlimited
Launch Price$649$999$699?

by WhyCry

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