Nvidia GeForce GTX 780
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 features two dual-link DVIs, one HDMI and one DisplayPort connector. With 2304 CUDA cores at its disposal, 3GB of RAM and 64-bit memory controllers for a 384-bit wide memory bus. Paired with a 6008Mhz GDDR5 memory clock, it provides up to 288.4GB/sec of peak memory bandwidth to the GPU.
Cutting Edge Features.
Most of the GTX Titan's performance, for a fraction of its price tag.
384-bit wide memory bus.
2304 CUDA cores and 3GB memory buffer.
Native full-size HDMI and DisplayPort.
Double-precision support disabled.
Next-gen GPU doesn't replace its predecessor.
At $649, it's significantly more expensive than the GTX 680 it replaces.
By TechSpot on May 23, 2013
Under those terms, the GTX 780 is hardly exciting news for the vast majority of gamers as the $650 price tag makes this new GPU unobtainable and it'll do nothing to drive prices of previous generation cards down. Perhaps next week’s launch of the GTX 770 will be a little more meaningful for the gaming community.85
By PCGamer on November 07, 2013
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 expense.91
By Hi Tech Legion on September 03, 2013
When you look at the benchmarks for the GTX 780 on the Ivy Bridge-E, it may seem like a somewhat confusing array. The numbers seem to be all over the place when you compare them with the results from Haswell or Ivy Bridge. Some almost identical, some...-
By PC Authority on July 11, 2013
We've had one of Nvidia's reference GTX 780's in the labs in the lead up to third party designs arriving. Unlike Titan, a product whose design has been tightly locked down by Nvidia, the GTX 780 and 770 will come with the usual assortment of...83
By Gaming Nexus on June 05, 2013
It's expensive, but you get a great deal of performance out of it along with some nifty features. The card absolutely flies and it's a lot less expensive than the Titan. It's still a big chunk of change to put down. GeForce Experience helps...90
By EuroGamer on June 01, 2013
It's free performance on the face of it, but the cost comes from considerably more wattage being drawn from the mains as a consequence. However, some might argue that if you can afford to splurge so much money on a GPU, increased electricity bills probably aren't going to bother you too much.-
By Bright Side of News on May 28, 2013
Looking at the performance of the GTX 780, there is no doubt that it is a significant upgrade to the GTX 680. However, it is also 30% more expensive than the GTX 680 at launch and currently it is around 40% more expensive since the GTX 680 currently...-
By Legit Reviews on May 28, 2013
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 fills in the performance gap between the GeForce GTX 680 and GeForce GTX Titan, but does not bring any new technologies or features to the table that weren't already available on the GeForce GTX Titan. ...-
By DigitalVersus on May 27, 2013
As a more affordable alternative to the GeForce GTX Titan, Nvidia's GTX 780 graphics card is a high-end piece of kit offering excellent gaming performances. Plus, it stays nice and quiet, and comes with loads of handy...100
By itproportal.com on May 27, 2013
One thing is certain, though – high-end cards have always been about luxury as much as performance, and if you've been looking for a mini-Titan at a better price, you're going to be happy with the GTX 780. It's as simple as that....80