A price-aggregation website has spotted the first real real leak on the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 video card or atleast it appears to be. The leak shows price and specification of the upcoming ASUS GeForce GTX 760 DirectCU II OC card.
Although the card was not pictured but the name and the price was there with some partial specifications.
Some of the partially leaked specifications include specifications included:
a 28nm GK104
1,152 CUDA cores
and a 256-bit wide memory interface holding 2GB of memory.
Now talking about the most important part, the price – the card was listed for the price of 264€ ($353 USD) before VAT and 316€ ($422 USD) after VAT.
There are rumors spreading around which says a new card coming from NVIDIA – based upon the GK110 GPU. The GK110 GPU powers some of NVIDIA’s Tesla workstation GPUs. The rumors also say that NVIDIA is planning to release the GPU to counter whatever new offerings that AMD comes up with with their upcoming HD8000 series.
A leaked posting for the new graphics card puts the price tag at $1,599. The GPU is listed online at an Australian online retailer named Austin Computers. The final retailing price might not be the same in the United States, but it should give us a good indication of the range of the possible pricing. Furthermore, some of the specifications were also listed in the title bar of hat product page.
The aforementioned card features a PCI-E 3.0 interface, 6GB of VRAM, and a 512-bit RAM interface. Previous rumors had placed the RAM at 6GB on a 384-bit memory bus. Clocks are listed as 915MHz with a boost to 1019.