ASUS has just announced the local availability of its NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card, priced at S$1,089. The new card features the fully unlocked GK110 GPU with 2,880 CUDA cores, rated at 876MHz, with 3GB of GDDR5 memory.
The card looks almost identical to the reference GTX 780 Ti, and the ASUS card was announced last week, together with a slew of offerings from other add-in card partners. To reiterated, the card has a GK110 core with a base clock of 876MHz, and a boost clock of 928MHz. Its 3GB video memory buffer is rated to operate at 7000MHz. In terms of video connectivity options, it features two Dual-Link DVI ports, a HDMI port and a DisplayPort port for support of up to four displays. The card is bundled with ASUS GPU Tweak for fine-tuning its performance. According to ASUS, the card is available now at local retailers for S$1,089. For more information on the card's specifications, please visit this link.