Submitted by africanos23 767d ago | news

Nvidia Announces GTX780Ti 12GB GDDR5 – 4K and 4K Surround Gaming

HardwarePal : We previously stated that Nvidia would announce a GK110 based GPU and the day has finally arrived. But as we and most people thought that the GPU would be the Ti version of the GTX 770 i.e. GTX 770 Ti, Nvidia has gone a step further and announced the GTX 780 Ti. (NVIDIA, PC hardware)

thehitman  +   767d ago
JuniorCE  +   767d ago
thats crazy...
SlyGuy  +   767d ago
"But according to us, the GTX 780 Ti may have 2880 Cuda cores while having a 384-bit memory interface and up to 12GB GDDR5 memory."

Not confirmed, but I hardly think it will come with 12GB of VRAM unless it was the 790 maybe.
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KingPin  +   767d ago
whats the point of this?
let be honest here, the price of this thing is going to be insane. and no games in the next few years will be able to take full advantage of the hardware and eventually when it does, these cards will be the norm in the market. so buying anything like this now is just a complete waste of money if they actually plan to sell it in the near future.
SirBradders  +   766d ago
You could say that about any product though the initial price is extortianate but after a while it drops and if no one purchased the initial few then companies wouldn't be able to keep releasing updated tech. If you got the money spend it (although i aint lol).
KingPin  +   766d ago
well i was comparing it with other parts like CPU and RAM...i mean having a PC with something like 64GB of ram now is possible, but it isnt worth having. however getting one with 32GB might be even if you doing extreme video editing. same with CPU, 64bits and dual-cores came out about the time 32Bits were started to show their age. same with quad cores and octa-cores now.

but i see where your point so yeah, not disagreeing with you. although i'd like to see what the graphics would look like now with this card getting maxed out.
andrewer  +   766d ago
Why the need of saying GDDR5? Every GPU nowadays use it...With those rumors of GDDR6 coming next year I came thinking it was really GDDR6 lol
johny5  +   765d ago
Nvidia Maxwell comes out in March so anybody wanting a real upgrade should wait till then. You could get away with anything from GTX 680 equivalent to a GTX 780 for under 300$!

"My guess is"

GTX 860 = GTX 680 - $200

GTX 860ti = GTX 780 - $300 - $350

GTX 870 and GTX 880 would be 40% - 50% increase over Titan! Price could be anywhere from $500 to $750 accordingly?

Assuming it's GK110 and all SMX unlocked it's totally possible that you can see that type of performance gains from next generation reference cards since it's a die shrink plus a new architecture!

For comparison see GTX 580 against GTX 780/Titan. The real GK110!

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