GTX 780 Review Round-Up

nvidia gtx 780

Today Nvidia launches the new GTX 780 and the reviews are starting to pour in.The GTX 780 is a cut down version of the GTX Titan (originally called the Titan LE) running on the GK110 core.

Specifications

GTX780Specs

GeForce GTX TITAN GeForce GTX 780 (LE) GTX 680
GPU GK110 GK110 GK104-425
Cuda Cores 2688 2304 1536
TMUs 224 208 128
ROPs 48 40 32
Memory 6GB GDDR5 3GB GDDR5 2GB GDDR5
Interface 384-bit 384-bit 256-bit
Price $999 $650 $449
Clocks 876MHz/ 6Gbs 900MHz/ 6Gbps 1058MHz/ 6Gbs
ROPs 48 40 32

Note: Graph material from various sources and modified by pixelsmashers.com

Written Reviews

HardOCP
Tech PowerUp
AnandTech
Tom’s Hardware
Guru3D
Bit-Tech
PC Perspective
Hardware Canucks

 

Video Reviews and Unboxing

LinusTechTips Unboxing

LinusTechTips Review (Games running in 1440p)

LinusTechTips Review (Games running in 1080p)

TimeToLive (Overclock3D.net) Review

Conclusion

The GTX 780 is rather pricey for an entrance into the 7 series. However, the card manages to come close to a GTX Titan. In fact, when you overclock the card you can actually get it to perform better than the $1000 Titan. Overall, the 780 although expensive, manages to perform pretty well in comparison to its big brother the Titan and it may be worth checking out if you are an enthusiast looking for a new GPU.