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Friday, 18 October 2013 16:44

Nvidia announces new GTX 780 Ti

Written by Slobodan Simic

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During its TWIMTBP conference in Montreal, Nvidia also announced the new GTX 780 Ti graphics card that should be available sometimes in mid-November.

Although Nvidia did not shed any details regarding the actual specifications behind the new GTX 780 Ti, CEO Jen Hsun Huang did note that it will be silent, have a low TPD, support 3-way SLI and we expect it to be based on some variation of the GK110 GPU. It will naturally support all the announced Geforce Experience features including ShadowPlay, GameStream and Live Streaming through Twitch and will work with the G-Sync as well, at least as soon as we see the monitors that actually support it.

Of course, we will keep an eye out for more info regarding the GTX 780 Ti as we are sure these will surface soon enough.

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