ASUS has also launched their flagship ROG MATRIX GTX 780 TI Platinum graphics card which brings back the MATRIX design to the green camp after three years. The last NVIDIA card to feature ASUS’s MATRIX design being the ROG MATRIX GTX 580 was launched back in 2011 and now returns to back with a bang.
ASUS Launches the ROG MATRIX GTX 780 Ti Platinum Graphics
The ASUS ROG MATRIX GTX 780 Ti Platinum features NVIDIA’s flagship GK110 core with 2880 CUDA Cores, 240 TMUs and 48 ROPs coupled with a 3 GB GDDR5 VRAM that operates along a 384-bit bus interface. ASUS is being secretive about the clock speeds and additional details but we know that a card like this is backed with some huge and insane frequencies and even if it doesn’t, then it packs the power to let enthusiasts and overclockers ready their LN2 pots for some extreme cooling sessions.
The ROG MATRIX GTX 780 Ti Platinum features 12 Phases for core and 4 Phases for memory with their latest DIGI+ II design featuring the high quality components, ICs, Super Alloy Power design, chokes and capacitors to deliver unprecedented performance to overclockers and enthusiasts. Juice is provided through dual 8-Pin connectors so we are looking at a TDP around 300W. The PCB is larger than the reference model due to the custom design and the addition of more phases on the board. The VRMs are cooled by a large black colored heatshrink which offers cooling support.