Gigabyte

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition pictured

04.12.2013: With their GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition, Gigabyte has launched a custom GTX 780 Ti graphics cards, which features quite a massiv factory overclocking. Other than that this card comes with Gigabyte's Windforce 3X cooler, that features no less than three big fans on top of a huge fin stack.

A closer look at clock speeds reveals that this card has been overclocked to a massive 1'085 MHz baseclock and 1'150 MHz boostclock. Keeping in mind, that NVIDIAs reference design recommends 875 MHz baseclock and 928 MHz boostclock, we see that regarding baseclock there is a 210 MHz frequency bump and in case of the boost clock it's 222 MHz, which is even more. Unfortunately Gigabyte decided to not touch the memory clocks. In this case the manufacturer sticks to the NVIDIA reference design and clocks the chips at 7.0 GHz.

In order to keep this heavily overclocked chip at low temperatures, Gigabyte equipped their GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition with the Windforce 3X cooler, which features no less than three big fans and a huge fin stack. According to the manufacturer, this cooler is capable of removing 450 Watt of dissipating power efficiently at acceptable temperatures.

Unfortunately there is no information on pricing these days, but we're quite certain, this card won't be cheap.













Source: Own

English by Slobodan Simic and Marc Büchel - German by William Zwingenberger, Marc Büchel - French by Marine Degli Agosti - Italian by Francesco Daghini

comments powered by Disqus
Other articles
26.08.2016 - Wolfe Thunderbolt eGPU hits Kickstarter
26.08.2016 - XFX working on a passive RX 460 graphics card
26.08.2016 - Presenting Project Instinct by MTMods
26.08.2016 - AMD details upcoming new Alienware systems
26.08.2016 - Intel announces new SSD 600P Series M.2 SSDs
26.08.2016 - Samsung working on 34-inch 1440p 100Hz monitor
26.08.2016 - Jonsbo unveils three new PC cases
26.08.2016 - PCI-Express 4.0 to deliver 75W and not 300W
26.08.2016 - Rig of the Day - Lian Li PCO5-SX
25.08.2016 - EA details Battlefield 1 DLC and Premium Pass
25.08.2016 - ADATA unveils new Ultimate SU800 SSD series
25.08.2016 - CableMod releases sleeved Ethernet and power cables
25.08.2016 - Playstation Now coming to PC
25.08.2016 - ASUS unveils new Radeon RX 480 Dual 4GB
25.08.2016 - Rig of the Day - 780T
24.08.2016 - AMD Radeon R9 Fury X drops to €399
24.08.2016 - X2 unveils unique looking Empire PC case
24.08.2016 - Buildzoid posts an RX 480 OC/mod log
24.08.2016 - Fractal Design unveils two new Dynamic series fans
24.08.2016 - Nvidia releases GP100 die-shot at Hot Chips 28