GTX 780

http://www.evga.com/articles/00746/

Well it's official, the 700 series has launched. I suppose that this is the first card to be released because it's a Titan XP.
Can't wait to see 2 of the 780/Titan GPUs on a single board @_@...

Edit:
Upon further exploration there are slight variations in the two cards, ever so slightly. I think that it'd barely be noticeable.

780
CUDA:2304
Base:863
Boost:900
TFR:160.5
Memory: 3GB 384-bit GDDR5

Titan
CUDA:2688
Base:837
Boost:876
TFR:187.5
Memory: 6GB 384-bit GDDR5

If the 780 isn't over 600$ then I will probably pick one up eventually.
 
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sway

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Your just or of luck then, already up on newegg. This price isn't horrible for a "mini titan". I may go with two 770s then bc they should be around 500$ to 550$, with a titan cooler on it, win win.



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No doubt, I wanna see more benches on it first. I may change my mind and sell both of my gpus and grab one, sli down the road. I'm interested in its oc'ing capabilities and cooling.

tappin from a N E X U S
Yeah I agree, it has the same Boost tech as the Titan where clock speed is based on temp instead of voltage. Kinda silly when Kepler is designed to reduce power consumption.