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Expreview posted (by accident) the first review of the GeForce GTX 780. Gladly I have a copy for you (in case they notice an increased traffic from VC).

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 which is going to be released tomorrow will feature GK110 GPU with 2304 CUDA cores. Expreview confirmed all the specs, including the speculated number of ROPs. Therefore the card will make use of 192 TMUs and 48 ROPs, this is now official, sort of.

The GTX 780 is is equipped with 3GB GDDR5 memory which is running at 6 GHz effective speed. The reference clock was set to 863/902 MHz, with GPU Boost 2.0 support. Card requires both 6+8pin power connectors, to draw up to 250W (not entirely true, check below).

According to multiple reports, the price starts from $650 in United States and €599 in Europe (Chinese price is 4999 yuans).
http://videocardz.com/41960/first-geforce-gtx-780-review-leaks-out-inno3d-gtx-780-ichill-exposed
post #2 of 580
Expreview link: http://www.expreview.com/25682.html

They didn't even finish the summary yet rolleyes.gif
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Oh, someone's gonna be in trouble....

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What? On crysis 3 is slower than a 7970? Bad drivers?
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OOPS! As they say. Sad it seems $650 is the MSRP frown.gif.

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small test overclocking: temporarily not pressurized, air-cooled 1.18GHz

Simply try a bit GeForce GTX 780 graphics card overclocking, use the latest version of Afterburner 2.3.1 does not support GeForce GTX 780 pressurized regulation, forced pressure does not work, TDP Power capped at 106%, the current can be adjusted only core frequency and memory frequency.
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After overclocking results and scores (click method)

Because GeForce GTX 780 core frequency initially relatively low, so the maximum can be increased 190MHz, memory frequency also increased 150MHz, eventually the core frequency of 1053MHz, memory frequency of 1652MHz, GPU Boost because the presence of the actual operation of dynamic frequency up to 1188.9MHz The final 3Dmark scores increased from 8524 to 9752 points, the performance increase of 14.4%, this is not the case of pressure pretty good overclocking results.

In short the tools weren't working properly and they were TDP capped, but still reached those speeds... can't wait to see how these things clock with a higher power limit!
Edited by GoldenTiger - 5/22/13 at 10:00am
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OOPS! As they say. Sad it seems $650 is the MSRP frown.gif.

Nah, $650, I'm sold. I'll pick up a second one in a couple months if it's really $650 rather than $500 or $550.
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OOPS! As they say. Sad it seems $650 is the MSRP frown.gif.

Probably $650 until AMD releases their cards. But it's not like anybody is forcing people to pay these prices.  If you want great performance, just get anything from a 670-680-760 ti-770.  

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not bad
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 overclocking
On air the card will go up to 1.18 GHz, as revealed by the test. Guys over at Expreview used Afterburner for overclocking, but they were amazed that the maximum power limit is 106%. Despite that, the overclocking increased the performance by further 14%.
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Probably $650 until AMD releases their cards. But it's not like anybody is forcing people to pay these prices.  If you want great performance, just get anything from a 670-680-760 ti-770.  

Oh, I wasn't saying it was unreasonable, I was just saying "sad" because it's higher than I was expecting. I'm seriously considering still getting one...
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the numbers on 780 vs Titan are just sweeeeeet!
it is indeed worth the wait. tongue.gif
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