After introducing two higher-end graphics cards last month in the form of the GeForce GTX 780 and 770, we wondered if NVIDIA had something else up its sleeve – you know, for those preferring to keep things well under $400. Today, we have our answer: GeForce GTX 760. Priced at $249, the GTX 760 looks to be an attractive option for anyone hoping to pick up a current card that will run all current games quite well at 1080p.
Like the GTX 770, the 760 is based on GK104 silicon, but there are a couple of considerable upgrades over the GTX 660. For starters, the core count has been bumped from 960 to 1152, and the memory bus has likewise seen an increase to 256-bit. Interestingly, NVIDIA has been clear about the 760 being the last launch for a little while, at least through the fall (which means we might see something before the year end, but that’s just speculation). So, if you are in the market for an NVIDIA GPU now, there’s little point in holding off for another launch.
|NVIDIA GeForce Series||Cores||Core MHz||Memory||Mem MHz||Mem Bus||TDP|
|GeForce GTX Titan||2688||837||6144MB||6008||384-bit||250W|
|GeForce GTX 780||2304||863||3072MB||6008||384-bit||250W|
|GeForce GTX 770||1536||1046||2048MB||7010||256-bit||230W|
|GeForce GTX 760||1152||980||2048MB||6008||256-bit||170W|
|GeForce GTX 690||3072||915||2x 2048MB||6008||256-bit||300W|
|GeForce GTX 680||1536||1006||2048MB||6008||256-bit||195W|
|GeForce GTX 670||1344||915||2048MB||6008||256-bit||170W|
|GeForce GTX 660 Ti||1344||915||2048MB||6008||192-bit||150W|
|GeForce GTX 660||960||980||2048MB||6000||192-bit||140W|
|GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST||768||980||2048MB||6008||192-bit||134W|
|GeForce GTX 650 Ti||768||925||1024MB||5400||128-bit||110W|
|GeForce GTX 650||384||1058||1024MB||5000||128-bit||64W|
Our review will come in the following days, but in our initial benchmarking, the card looks to be pretty impressive for its price-point, and as you’d assume by the specs alone, it has a lot more oomph than the GTX 660.