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.