The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 and 770 have cropped up in the news a couple of times, thanks to the ever so active rumor mill, and we have even learned that the two cards will launch this month.
Photos of them haven't exactly been in that great an abundance, and neither were the specifications known in full, or for certain. At least not for the GTX 770.
Now, thanks to Chiphell forums (via Videocardz), we have confirmation on the technical traits of the 770.
The card really is powered by a new GK104 GPU, called GK104-425, featuring 1536 CUDA cores.
The board also has 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, working over an interface of 256 bits. The clock speeds are still unknown.
Compared to GTX 680, GTX 770 should be 5-10% faster. The price will be lower though, near that of the GTX 670, at $399 / €399 to $449 / €449.
New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 Spotting Includes Specs
The graphics adapter will be released by the end of May
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