A few days before the official Launch the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti, there was talk about a supposed Black Edition of the new high-end graphics card. Instead of the 6 and 8-pin connectors, it is said to be equipped with two 8-pin ones, and theoretically consume up to 375 watts. In addition, it was said to have no TDP limit and significantly higher clock rates - provided the cooling would cope with it. It would also feature up to twelve gigabytes of video memory. Recently, more pictures have shown up.
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However, they no longer show a GeForce GTX 780 Ti, but rather a GeForce GTX Titan. It is conceivable could the California graphics forge will revive their previous flagship, renaming it GeForce GTX Titan Ultra or simply release it as GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition. And it could then also feature the full configuration of the GK110 architecture, with higher clock speeds than the GeForce GTX 780 Ti. The table below is based on past rumors and shows the possible specifications.
Whether it actually is an engineering sample, or whether the rumors are once again just hot air remains to be seen. NVIDIA does and did not comment on any rumors.
|Model||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti||NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan||NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black Edition|
|Manufacturing Process||28 nm||28 nm||28 nm||28 nm|
|Transistors||7.1 billion||7.1 billion||7.1 billion||7.1 billion|
|GPU clock speed (base clock)||864 MHz||876 MHz||837 MHz||1000 MHz|
|GPU Clock (boost clock)||902 MHz||928 MHz||867 MHz||1,033 MHz|
|Memory Clock||1,502 MHz||1,750 MHz||1,502 MHz||1750|
|Memory Size||3,072 MB||3.072 MB||6,144 MB||3/6 / 12GB|
|Memory bandwidth||288.4 GB / s||336 GB / s||288.4 GB / s||336 GB / s|
|TDP||250 watts||250 watts||250 watts||unlimited|