Inno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti has been exposed.
Manufacturers is preparing a reference-based graphics card for tomorrow’s launch. Card is based on GK110-425-B1 GPU, which is the newest revision of this processor. It has all 15 SMXs enabled, making it the fastest sinlge-GPU GeForce card at the moment.
Card is clocked at 875/928 MHz with a memory at 7GHz. As you can see it has a TDP rated at 250W, which is much less than full GK110 would be expected to have.
This next slide shows the four most important features of the GTX 780 Ti:
- 2880 CUDA cores
- Power Balancing (max oc)
- GPU Boost 2.0
- 7 Gbps memory
The PCB is almost a solid copy of GTX TITAN’s, but it’s too small to spot all differences. It also seems like 6+2 phase VRM was used.
The almighty GK110-425-B1, Hawaiian serial killer. This is the first actual picture of this GPU.
Samsung’s 7 Gbps memory modules.
This slide explains that GeForce GTX logo actually illuminates, just as TITAN’s.
Yet another performance numbers. Inno3D’s internal testing shows almost the same synthetic performance for GTX 780 Ti and the TITAN. In terms of games, more CUDAs clearly outperfom TITAN.