NVIDIA has officially slashed the price of their GeForce GTX 770 graphics card by 15% to take on AMD’s latest Radeon R9 285. The GeForce GTX 770 was first introduced in May of 2013 and priced at $399. The price was then adjusted to $329 when AMD introduced their Radeon R9 290.
NVIDIA’s GeForce 700 series of cards are made up of the GTX 760, GTX 770 and GTX 780. The GTX 770 is actually based on the same GPU as the GeForce GTX 680. It makes use of the 28nm GK104 chip. This chip features 8 streaming multiprocessors (SMX units), 1536 stream processors, 1218 texture units and 32 ROPs. The GTX 770 is clocked a little higher than the GTX 680 with a 1049 MHz core clock and a boost clock of 1085 MHz. The memory is also higher at 7010 MHz (effective). With these improvements and since many companies are already used to working with the GK104 chip this should make for better performance and a more powerful card. Today we are taking a look at a GTX 770 from MSI. It is their GTX 770 Twin Frozr Gaming OC Edition which features MSI’s own Twin Frozr IV cooling solution, Military Class III components and 3 different operating modes (silent, gaming & OC). Read on to see if this is the GTX 770 for you.
PNY Technologies has been one of the leading manufacturers in the world and are famous for their storage and graphics solutions. With the introduction of the latest GeForce GTX 770 OC and GTX 780 OC graphics cards, PNY has added yet another powerful product to their amazing portfolio. These over clocked versions of graphics cards are the high end solutions for meeting up the consumer demands of quality and output which keep getting better and better with technological advancements.
Galaxy has announced another GeForce GTX 770 to their lineup. It is the GeForce GTX 770 GC 4GB. This card features double the memory of reference edition cards. The extra 2GB of memory really helps out if you plan to be running an SLI setup.
Leadtek has unveiled its high-end non-reference designed GeForce GTX 770 graphics card, the WinFast GTX 770 Hurricane III. With the model number of WFGTX770-2GD5DF3 the card looks to use the old GeForce GTX 680 reference PCB with 5 phases enabled and a custom cooling solution.
Many people may think that Zotac’s AMP! cards are their highest offerings, but their Extreme Edition’s are actually the best. They have just launched their GeForce GTX 770 Extreme Edition graphics card in the greater China region. This card features a strong VRM, an updated Gamer Force cooler with higher aluminum fin desnsity for the GPU, a larger metal heatsink for the VRM and a back-plate to cool components on the other side of the card.
Gigabyte has announced another variant to its GeForce GTX 770 line of graphics card. This one is called the GeForce GTX 770 WindForce 3X OC, which is basically an overclocked version of the already released GeForce GTX 770 WindForce card. It features a factory overclock, a non-reference PCB, Gigabyte’s WindForce 3X cooler and 4GB of onboard memory.
ASUS has had some pretty cool video card designs over the past couple of years. These include the ARES line and the GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini. The same team that was behind the DirectCU Mini card has a new card that they are showing off at Computex this week. It is the Republic of Gamers GeForce GTX 770 Poseidon, which features a very unique hybrid cooling design.
After weeks of rumors and leaks the GeForce GTX 770 is here and NVIDIA has officially announced the card today. This will be the second desktop graphics card released in the GeForce 700 Series, of course the first was the GeForce GTX 780. It is really hard to tell the GTX 780 and GTX 770 apart really, but under the hood things are a little bit different, let’s take a look…
Gigabyte will have a special OC Edition of the GeForce GTX 770 called the GeForce GTX 770 WindForce. The card will of course be overclocked, will use a custom 3-fan cooler and a non-reference PCB design. This card will of course deliver better performance than a reference and it has already been listed by Chinese retailers.
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