Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 Ti appears as rebranded GTX 670

By on October 18, 2013, 8:30 AM

A new graphics card slotting in to the GeForce 700 series has recently appeared on Nvidia's website, branded as the GeForce GTX 760 Ti. But before you get excited about a new GPU release, the specifications of this card reveal it's essentially the same as the familiar GeForce GTX 670 from the last generation.

Designed specifically for OEMs, the GTX 760 Ti features 1344 CUDA cores with a base clock speed of 915 MHz and a boost of 980 MHz. Compared directly to the GTX 760 this GPU has more cores (up from 1152), but at a lower clock speed (down from a base/boost of 980/1033 MHz). The same memory system is also featured across the 760 Ti, 760 and 670: 2 GB of 6008 MHz GDDR5 on a 256-bit memory bus.

Completing the GTX 760 Ti's rebranded package is a reference design that is basically identical to the GTX 670. The actual PCB of the graphics card is short, with the cooler extending at the end to blow air across the heatsink. Like other cards in the GTX 600 and 700 series, the 760 Ti comes with two DVI ports, a HDMI port and a DisplayPort.

If you were hoping for something exciting and new to fall into the gap between the GTX 760 and GTX 770, the GTX 760 Ti will be a very disappointing inclusion into Nvidia's currently line-up. At this stage the card is only available to OEMs, so a price hasn't been listed for the GPU and you won't be able to find it at your favorite retailers; however it effectively occupies a price point between $249 (the 760's price) and $399 (the 770's price).

For anyone that is purchasing a pre-built system with a 760 Ti inside, check our review of the GTX 670 which will tell you everything you need to know.




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wastedkill said:

So the 760 is the same as a 660/660TI? seems like a downgrade if you ask me should call it "760Ti last gen model limited edition"

Recipe7 Recipe7 said:

Nvidia and AMD have been doing this for a while. Nothing new.

Guest said:

Where the hell did you see it's like the 660/660 ti? The article clearly said it's like the 670. Basically, the 760 ti is the 670. Now don't forget there are higher models of the 670 but they are only saying it's the same as the 670 which would be the base/vanilla model.

So if you have a non vanilla model like the 670 2gb ftw, you don't need to get the 760 ti. There's no point. Since most of the 7 series from nVidia are rebadged models I would just wait till series 8 comes comes out. If you really need a card, wait till Nov. when nVidia cards go on sale.

wastedkill said:

Ye but seriously rebranded... why even both? 99% of all users looking for a card above 740 will find this stuff out and say "might as well not bother" which is lost sales I can understand a 10% increase over last gen but seriously its like calling a copy of iphone 1 the iphone 9 then saying "its new".

if it is a 10% increase then fine but when nothing has changed... waste of money!

lipe123 said:

Ye but seriously rebranded... why even both? 99% of all users looking for a card above 740 will find this stuff out and say "might as well not bother" which is lost sales I can understand a 10% increase over last gen but seriously its like calling a copy of iphone 1 the iphone 9 then saying "its new".

if it is a 10% increase then fine but when nothing has changed... waste of money!

The 670 is a solid performer and marketing it as a 760 ti isn't misleading at all, it does go fast enough to fill that gap and they are simply adding this card to fill the lineup.

No one is going to upgrade from a 670 to a 760 since we all know that a (x)70 is about the same as (x+1)60. It's supposed to be a similar performer and its aimed at someone with NO video card to upgrade to whatever fills the 400$ slot.

JC713 JC713 said:

Nvidia and AMD have been doing this for a while. Nothing new.

Yeah, nothing new here.

Guest said:

NOW lets see a FULL GK110 GPU @ 1Ghz ...

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