NVIDIA Posts GeForce GTX 760 Ti Video Card Details

GTX 760Ti (OEM)

NVIDIA has listed the upcoming GeForce GTX 760 Ti (OEM) video card on the GeForce.com website! Could this be NVIDIA’s answer to AMD’s Radeon R9 270x or even the Radeon R9 280x? Many wondered why NVIDIA didn’t change any of the prices on the GeForce 700 Series earlier this month and this is likely the reason why. 

GTX 760Ti (OEM)

From the information on the GeForce GTX 760 TI landing page we see how this card differs from the standard NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760. For example the original NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 has 1152 CUDA cores and the new GeForce GTX 760 TI has 1344 CUDA cores.  This is a 16.6% boost in cores, which should give a nice performance boost across the board. The base clock was decreased as it went from 980MHz to 915MHz, a 7% decrease in speed.  There are few other differences, hopefully the increase in CUDA cores will provide a nice boost in performance. No word on pricing or if this card will every make it to the retail market as right now it is listed as an OEM card.

10/17/13 10PM ET UPDATE: AMD said this card is obviously OEM only (think Dell) and that it is nothing to get worked up about.  While they didn’t say it, they made it sounds like it could be a re-badged NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670. Guess we have to wait for the GeForce GTX 760 LE or something! 🙂

Note: The below specifications represent this GPU as incorporated into NVIDIA’s reference graphics card design. Graphics card specifications may vary by Add-in-card manufacturer. Please refer to the Add-in-card manufacturers’ website for actual shipping specifications.
GPU Engine Specs: 
CUDA Cores 1344
Graphics Clock (MHz) 915
Processor Clock (MHz) 980
Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 102.5
Memory Specs: 
Memory Clock 6.0 Gbps
Memory Interface GDDR5
Standard Memory Config 2 GB
Memory Interface Width 256-bit GDDR5
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 192.2
Feature Support: 
OpenGL 4.2
Bus Support PCI Express 3.0
Certified for Windows 7, Windows 8 Yes
Supported Technologies 3D Vision, CUDA, DirectX 11, PhysX, SLI, TXAA, FXAA, Adaptive VSync, GPU Boost
SLI Options 3-Way
3D Vision Ready Yes
Display Support: 
Multi Monitor 4 displays
Maximum Digital Resolution 4096×2160
Maximum VGA Resolution 2048×1536
Standard Display Connectors One Dual Link DVI-I, One Dual Link DVI-D, One HDMI, One DisplayPort
Audio Input for HDMI Internal
Standard Graphics Card Dimensions: 
Length 9.5 inches
Height 4.376 inches
Width Dual-slot
Thermal and Power Specs: 
Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) 97
Maximum Graphics Card Power (W) 170
Minimum System Power Requirement (W) 500
Supplementary Power Connectors Two 6-pin
3D Vision Ready: 
3D Blu-Ray Yes
3D Gaming Yes
3D Photos Yes


More information to come as we find out what is going on with this new card!

  • Armadow2

    GTX 760 fully supported DX11.2?

  • sirus

    Why is the Radeon R9 280x even mentioned next to the 760ti, as the R9 280X Toxic even smashes the GTX770 a new one.

    The R9 280X Toxic comes very close to the GTX780 for half the price..

    • basroil

      Overclocked to overclocked comparisons still put the 770 ahead, and the base r280x is slower than base 770. In fact, the base r280x is only as good as the base 670 and lower overclocking room.

      • IKNOW ALL

        Er… that wasn’t his point. The R280x is FASTER than the GTX670, which hasn’t been available for over a year. The R280x is within 95% of the GTX770 yet costs £70 less (30% less). That was his point.

  • sirus

    LOL That is a big FAIL

  • Brunell

    So it is exactly like the 670 then? That card had 1344 cores that ran at 915MHz, with a boost to 980MHz. Memory speed and bandwidth the same. What a non-spectacular release.

    • basroil

      Well, it’s competition is a bunch of two year old cards with brand new covers, so Nvidia is planning the perfect competition (since the 670 kills the 7950 in most games)

    • lou

      yeah pretty much all of AMD’s “new” lineup is nothing but rebadges of 2 year old cards the exception being the 290x which I still don’t know how much that costs. so I’m not sure why you are giving Nvidia crap abou it?

      • Brunell

        AMD at least had the decency to change the clocks, even though they were reduced. So in that sense, it is a “new” product. Maybe a boosted clock from the 7970GHz to the 280X would have made the step up to the new 290 (non-X) too small. The nVidia 760 had reduced core count, but this ti-card..well it IS a 670, as seen before. I guess someone sits on tons of these cards and don`t know what to do. I know these are rebrands, just look at the 770, but it is not EXACTLY the same as the 680, they tweaked the clocks a bit.