ASUS has publicized its new graphics card; the GeForce GTX 760 DirectCU Mini which has been built and designed exclusively for the mini ITX motherboards which are mostly found in the small form factor PCs. Yet the performance of the graphics card is outstanding with the NVIDIA GTX 760 GPU and is perfect to be used for all sorts of tasks. The tiny card is a dual slot and is a mere 17 inches. With a PCB of 170 mm in height, it can be best suited to all space restricted cases. The 8-pin PCIe power connector provides the necessary power to the 5-phase VRM which forms part of this PCB.
We got our first looks at a DirectCU Mini card in the form of ASUS’s GTX 760 DirectCU Mini back at CeBIT 2013. The whole point of the card was to offer a compact version over the normal reference versions and ASUS’s other DirectCU cards. ASUS will soon be updating the line with the GeForce GTX 760 DirectCU Mini. This card will feature the same design, but is powered by a refined GeForce 700 series architecture.
Galaxy has already launched both of their GTX 780 / GTX 770 Hall of Fame Edition high-end graphics card. Now Galaxy is putting the final touches on its next addition to the Hall of Fame (HOF) series. This time it will be for the performance segment GeForce GTX 760 GPU.
MSI has just announced the release of their new GeForce GTX 760 HAWK Graphics Card (N760 HAWK). The card ships with the base clock of 1111 MHz and 11176 MHz boost and 2GB of GDDR5 running at 6 GHz (effective). Overclockers will like this card as it has a dual BIOS.
Inno3D has released a new GeForce GTX 760 card in their GeForce GTX 760 iChill HerculeZ 3000. This card is based on the same board that Inno3D used on the GeForce GTX 770 iChill HerculeZ 3000, so it has a 7-phase VRM, 8-layer PCB and a very large HerculeZ 3000 triple-fan cooling solution and backplate. Besides the GPU the only real difference between the two cards is that the GTX 760 iChill HerculeZ 3000 uses dual 6pin power inputs whereas the GTX 770 iChill HerculeZ 3000 uses a combination of 8pin and 6pin connections.
Gigabyte has just announced their premium GeForce GTX 760-based graphics card, which is the GV-N760OC-4GB or as most people will call it the GeForce GTX 760 4GB WindForce OC. The card comes with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and has a factory overclock of 1085 MHz core and 1150 MHz boost. The card also makes use of Gigabyte’s new WindForce 450W cooling solution that we have seen on many new Gigabyte GeForce 700 series parts.
We have been talking about it for the past few weeks now and they day is finally here. NVIDIA has officially announced the GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card. This card is powered by the latest Kepler architecture and is aimed at gamers who want the best cost to performance ratio for a graphics card.
It looks like NVIDIA will not be releasing any new cards in their 700 series in 2013 after the launch of their GeForce GTX 760 graphics card and indicated by the leaked slide that you see below. This week NVIDIA is supposed to introduce the GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card, but after that do not expect anymore GeForce 700 series cards to be released in 2013.
I’m sure you probably haven’t heard of the brand Xenon, up until now we haven’t either. Apparently Xenon is a Palit sub-brand for the Korean market. It looks like someone from the Chiphell Forums got their hands on a Xenon JetStream GeForce GTX 760 and has posted photos as well as ran a few tests on the card. Of course if you didn’t know the GeForce GTX 760 has not been announced by NVIDIA yet!
For those who were wondering how the upcoming GeForce GTX 760 would perform against other cards, well it looks like some early benchmarks have been revealed by PCEVA. The card that they used was not a reference card, but rather an overclocked version with clock speeds of 1072 MHz core, 1111 MHz boost and 1753 MHz for memory (7 GHz effective). Read on to see just how well it compared to other similar cards.
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