Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti

  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti
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Based on 44 scores, 102 reviews available
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The Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti is the top-tier graphics card in the GeForce 700 series, it features a fully unlocked GK110 GPU core with all 2880 CUDA cores, 240 TMUs and 48 ROPs. The GTX 780 Ti sports 3 GB of GDDR5 VRAM on a 384-bit bus, two DVI ports, a HDMI port and a DisplayPort and requires a 6+8pin PCIe power connector. All the usual APIs, including DirectX 11.2, OpenGL 4.4, PhysX, Surround and 3D Vision, are supported.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 90

If you want the fastest single-GPU available, you'll have to pay for it and that's always going to be the case. At the end of the day, we really like the GTX 780 Ti OC and GTX 780 GHz Edition -- especially the latter -- but the reality is that AMD's R9 290 offers similarly rock solid results for $300 less...

By PC Mag on 80

If you've got the money to spend, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card offers a great overall experience in mainstream...

By X-bit Labs on

A SLI tandem built out of two GeForce GTX 780 Ti cards is one of the fastest graphics subsystems available today and is perfect for the most resource-consuming games and benchmarks. It will cost you about as much money as a whole midrange PC but its...

By PCAdvisor on 80

However, if money is no object, this is the best single-GPU gaming card out there. And when the price falls so that the difference between this and the 290X drops to two figures, the 780 Ti will almost undoubtedly become the top high-performance deal on the market.

By Expert Reviews on 100

Astoundingly powerful - you'll have no problem playing the latest...

By Tom's Hardware on

Back when GeForce GTX 780 sold for $650, slinging a bunch of 760s together looked like a great deal. Now that the 780's down to $500, is there still value in going three-way SLI with GK104, or are you better served by a couple of GK110-based 780 cards? ...

By EuroGamer on

But AMD deserves kudos for bringing comparable performance to gamers with much more sensible budgets. From a utilitarian standpoint, the cut-back AMD R9 290 remains our value-minded pick - just be sure to bundle in some decent headphones with that purchase.

By DigitalVersus on 100

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti is a well-balanced, all-rounder of a graphics card that delivers super high performance while keeping its noise in check. It beats the AMD Radeon R9 290X by a whisker on pure performance, all the while staying quieter and...

By firstpost.com on 85

The NVIDIA GTX 780Ti, is by far, the fastest graphics card we have tested. Unfortunately, we could not get our hands on the R9 290X in time to compare it with the GTX 780Ti, as both cards were launched around the same time and positioned as their...

By Computer Shopper on 80

Nvidia’s latest supercard takes the single-chip performance crown back from AMD after mere days, while running much cooler and quieter. That said, its performance edge isn’t huge, given it was $150 more than AMD’s R9 290X when we wrote this....

By Games.On.Net on

But at more than $800, it’s not really within the budget of the mid- to low-end gamer - instead it’s pretty much the new must-buy graphics card for gamers looking to build a top-end rig which will last for years to come.

By Hexus on 90

With that in mind and saliently ignoring the £600 price tag likely to be attached to it, we can genuinely recommend it to the deep-pocketed enthusiast who likes to game at a lush 2,560x1,440 resolution present on the latest 27in monitors.

By Bubblews on 90

These include important rate blobs while you’re gaming with high answers, which can be wherever you would like to be while you’re investing £560 / $700 with a graphics minute card. In case you’re plugging this kind of right into a 1080p display simply subsequently you’re a new insane person.

By Guru of 3D on 90

Overall the product is just VERY impressive and has great looks. As such we reward the Gigabyte GTX 780 Ti Windforce 3X OC edition with our top pick award, well deserved. What a great combination and silence, performance and looks. Well done Gigabyte...

By TechPowerUp on 95

The GTX 780 Ti is clearly a premium product, which its pricing reflects. If you need to save money and can take the noise, the AMD's Radeon 290 Series could be an alternative. While I haven't reviewed any other custom GTX 780 Ti cards yet, the EVGA GTX 780 Ti SC with ACX cooler definitely sets the bar high for the competition.

By PC Gamer on 91

If you’ve got a lot of cash burning a hole in your pocket, and if you can find one, the GTX 780 Ti will be the fastest graphics card you’ve ever had. But you'll need to overclock to justify the...

By TechRadar on 80

Desirability is something the Radeon cards, with their toy-town plastic shrouds and noisy fans, just don't have. They may be quick and fantastic value, but where the vast majority of gamers were desperate to get their mitts on a Titan they'll now be after a GTX 780 Ti.

By VR-Zone on 90

Nvidia has created a powerful beast, but its competitiveness is challenged by AMD's R290X.With AMD playing its concluding hand in this fall's great game of GPU wars, now comes time for Nvidia's turn for its final move — and it's short of the checkmate...

By TechRadar AU on 80

So we were a little underwhelmed by the GTX 780 Ti's performance. But not surprised. We kind of expected Nvidia to ensure it was a quicker card than the R9 290X, otherwise there really would be no point in releasing a more expensive option. The GTX 780...

By TomsHardware on 90

Though I’m not necessarily a fan of Nvidia’s price point, something tells me that the folks who are truly interested in buying a GeForce GTX 780 Ti know why they want it, and are more than happy to scrape $300 off of Titan for a better-performing gaming product.