EVGA hints heavily at Superclocked GTX 780 Ti at 1046 Mhz
EVGA has been teasing the following picture for quite some time now and we believe we know exactly what it it is. The GTX 780 Ti Launched today and unless we are very much mistaken EVGA will bring out its Superclocked editions to play soon enough.
EVGA GTX 780 Ti OC 1046 Mhz - Sadly still at 3GB worth of GDDR5 Memory
The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SuperClocked is clocked at 980 MHz, the GPU boost clock is 1046 MHz. This card is quite a bit faster than the current GTX 780 Tis we have seen. Of course since the Ti utilizes a B1 revision of the Gk110 core and if the No TDP rumors are indeed correct than overclocking will hardly be any worry. Infact if our past overclocked leaks are any indication it should be ridiculously easy to Overclock the GTX 780 Ti.
The rest of the specs should be about the same as they were before. We still have no first hand experience on the Wattage of the card either. And as always, we would recommend waiting for the 6GB Versions to arrive if you want to utilize the true potential of the GTX 780 Ti. Compute hobbyists should stick with the Titan for now till we see whether or not drivers will make a dent in the 780 Ti's lousy compute. Anyways we leave you with the full picture that the guys over at VideocardZ managed to procure:
— Usman Pirzada (@usmanpirzada) November 7, 2013
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