A few weeks ago, rumours sprung up on an Nvidia GeForce Titan LE graphics card, which, as it now turns out, weren't completely unfounded. This card will be based on the GK110 video chip and will essentially be the consumer version of the Tesla K20C.
Nvidia has opted for a different name though, as the ´Titan LE´ will be called the GTX 780. It will feature 2496 CUDA-cores, and 5 GB of GDDR5 memory. Details on the clock frequencies are still unavailable, although the Asian source does mention that the card performs 30% better than a single GTX 680. The leak claims that the GTX 780 will be released late May, at a price of between $499 and $599.
Therer will also be a GTX 770, based on a GK104-425, the same chip used in the GTX 680. The 256-bits memory interface will be linked to 4 GB of memory this time around though, twice the amount of 'last' generation. With 1536 CUDA-cores, the GTX 770 appears to be identical to the GTX 680, although it's likely to have different clock frequenceies. This card is slated for release in mid-May, at a price of $399.
Lastly, mention is made of a GeForce GTX 760 Ti, which appears to be a renewed GTX 670. The GK104-225 GPU will be combined with 2 GB of memory. The card, which has a $299 pricetag, is likely to make its debut during Computex in early June. The 'real' new series of Nvidia graphics cards, based on the Maxwell architecture, won't be launched until 2014.
|GeForce GTX Titan||GeForce GTX 780||GeForce GTX 770||GeForce GTX 760 Ti|
|Memory||6 GB GDDR5||5 GB GDDR5||4 GB GDDR5||2 GB GDDR5|
|RRP||999 USD||499 tot 599 USD||399 USD||299 USD|