All Product Articles tagged ‘gk110’
The MSI GeForce GTX 780Ti Gaming 3G graphics card is the latest NVIDIA GeForce card added to its Gaming series. It has three operating modes, configured using MSI's exclusive Gaming App. Right out of the box, it operates in OC mode, with its GK110 core rated at 1020MHz. Find out if it can outdo its competitors from ASUS and Gigabyte!
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti card was unveiled early November this year. Now, the add-in card partners have announced their offerings, based on the fully unlocked GK110 graphics core of the GTX 780 Ti. We rounded up two early adopters from ASUS and Gigabyte respectively for comparison. Find out which S$1,000 card came out ahead!
With 25% more CUDA cores than the GTX 780, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti unleashes a total of 2880 cores. Coupled with 3GB of GDDR5 video memory rated at 7000MHz, this card is touted to be the fastest graphics card yet from the company. It is clearly positioned to be the very best consumer graphics card, but will it live up to its promise? We find out.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 is powered by the same GK110 that drives the GTX Titan. Sporting 2304 CUDA cores, which is about 16 per cent less than Titan's, and 50 per cent more than the GTX 680, the card seems to be a rehashed Titan that is positioned as a more powerful update to the GTX 680. Find out how it actually fares!
Sharing similar specs to the Tesla K20 enterprise part, the GTX Titan boasts 2688 CUDA Cores and 7.1 billion transistors, making it by far the most powerful single GPU ever created for consumers. We pit this FPS crunching graphics card against the best setups possible to find out if it deserves to demand US$999.
After months of speculation, NVIDIA's Kepler GK110 GPU-based GeForce graphics card is finally official. Sharing similar specs to the Tesla K20 enterprise part, the GTX Titan boasts 2688 CUDA Cores and 7.1 billion transistors, making it by far the most powerful single GPU ever created for consumers. It also utilizes improved NVIDIA technologies like GPU Boost 2.0. We take a closer look.