MSI Geforce GTX780 Twin Frozr Gaming
The fact that AMD continue to be quiet on the video card front also means that NVIDIA have really been able to suck up the lime light the last few months. While we thought it would become a little quiet after Computex, NVIDIA turned around and released the GTX 760 bringing a new mid-range model to the market as well.
Today, though, we're looking at something a little higher-end than that. The highest model under the new GTX 700 series, the GTX 780, sits as the second fastest model in the NVIDIA line up. The GTX TITAN continues to sit at the top of the list. As much as we love that model, though, it's hardly the best representative of value.
Today we're checking out the GTX 780. This particular one is from the folks over at MSI and falls under the new Gaming Series which is something we've seen them use under both the motherboard and video card category so far. We've mentioned before and we'll quickly say it again, it's great to see MSI create some unity between the video card and motherboard department. This is something that's been missing and we're hoping that it works for them as we're really liking what we're seeing so far. Let's get into just what exactly we're dealing with today.
|GPU||954MHz Core (Boost,Clock:1006MHz) (OC mode), 902MHz Core (Boost Clock:954MHz), (Gaming mode), 863MHz Core (Boost Clock:902MHz), (Silent mode), 3072 GDDR5 6008MHz Memory,|
|Video Memory||3072GB GDDR5 384 bits|
|Output||Dual-link DVI-I x 1, Dual-link DVI-D x 1, DisplayPort x 1 (version 1.2), HDMI x 1 (version 1.4a)|