The final specifications for NVIDIA’s soon to launch GeForce GTX 760 graphics card have been confirmed by VideoCardz. It will be the next upcoming model of the NVIDIA’s GeForce 700 series offering an upgraded and improved pAh to users as compared to the older generation graphics cards at an affordable price.
The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 graphic card will include GK104-225-A2 Kepler core architecture that would actually feature 1152 cores, 96TMUs, and 32ROPs along with a 2GB GDDR5 memory interface moving along a 256-bit wide memory interface. For this reason, manufacturers have the freedom to release 4GB models at an extra price if they wish. The GPU runs at a clock speed of 980 MHz that boosts up to 1033 MHz which is certainly a faster speed than the previous GeForce GTX 670. On some of the variants the memory is clocked at 7GHz while reference Radeon still operates at 6GHz. The GPU pushes out a bandwidth of 192GB/sec at 6GHz and the over-clocked models of 224.4GB/s at 7GHz clock speed.
The cooling system is the same as it was used for the previous models of GTX 600 series. With use of a big aluminum fin heat sink array placed on top of the GPU block is kept cool by a blower fan. It includes display inputs like Dual-DVI, HDMI and display port.
Performance wise we are pretty sure that NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 760 will be faster than the Radeon HD 7950 ranging in same price but the real challenge would be between the over clocked models. Also important to mention here is that GTX 760 would be the last released model of GeForce 700 series.
It is expected that the card will hit the stores in about a week’s time with the price ranging in between $249-$299 but the exact market retail price is yet to be confirmed.
Source: VideoCardz | News Archive