NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M GPU-z Revealed – Features GK106 With 768 Cores


NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 760M GPU has been leaked in a GPU-z screenshot revealed by Chiphell forums. The GTX 760M makes use of the 28nm GK106 core architecture and features 768 cuda cores.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M Specifications Reveaeled

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M is part of the company's recently introduced GeForce 700M series mobile family.  While we have only seen the performance and specifications of the entry level chips such as the GK106/GK107 based GT 750M, GT 745M and GT 740M with 384 cores, the GTX 760M would be the first chip to utilize 768 cores.

GTX 760M

Starting off with the specifications, the GeForce GTX 760M as already detailed features the GK106 architecture with 768 cores. It was fused inside a ASUS notebook as hinted by the GPU-z and comes in the A1 revision. The core clock is maintaned at 628 MHz while the chip boosts upto 719 MHz, memory clock is configured at 1002 MHz (4.0 GHz QDR). It comes with a 2GB GDDR5 memory that operates along a 128-bit interface churning out 64.1 GB/s bandwidth. The GTX 760M supports DirectX 11.1, NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA Cuda, NVIDIA 3D Vision features. You can learn more from the specifications table below:

GeForce GTX 760M GeForce GT 750M GeForce GT 745M GeForce GT 740M
GPU Core GK106 GK106/GK107 GK107 GK107
Cores 768 384 384 384
Core Clock 628 MHz 967 MHz 837 MHz 980 MHz
Memory Clock 4.0 GHz 5.0 GHz 5.0 GHz 5.0 GHz
Memory Bus 128-bit GDDR5 128-bit GDDR5 128-bit GDDR5/DDR3 128-bit GDDR5/DDR3
VRAM 2 GB 2 GB 2 GB 2 GB


The high-end chips such as the GeForce GTX 780M and GeForce GTX 770M when gaming notebook manufacturer’s added the new GeForce 700M series GPUs to their lineup with the GTX 780M leading the pack followed by GTX 770M. The GTX 780M packs a 4 GB GDDR5 (256-bit) memory while the GTX 770M packs a 3 GB GDDR5 (256-bit) memory. It is not known if these chips are based off a new Kepler architecture or rebrands of current GTX 600M series but Heise.de mentions that the GTX 780M on the DevilTech’s DTX Fragbook packs 8 GB GDDR5 memory and the chip is 30% faster than its predecessors scoring  29,458 points in 3D Mark Vantage. Their performance is expected to be faster than the Neptune based Radeon HD 8970M (Rebranded HD 7970M) that arrives in Q2 2013.