Nvidia has today released the latest in its long and prestigious line of graphics cards, the GeForce GTX 780. With performance levels around 35% higher than last year’s GTX 680 card and 30-35% higher than that of competitor AMD’s flagship Radeon HD 7970 graphics card the GTX 780 is a serious piece of hardware.
Nvidia are positioning the GTX 780 firmly at enthusiast PC gamers who want the very best hardware in their PCs, running superior hardware to get the very highest graphics settings, levels of anti-aliasing and screen resolutions without a drop in frame rates.
The latest Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Graphics Card
The GTX 780 is quieter than previous generations of Nvidia’s high end graphics cards, largely thanks to its high end stock cooler. This helps with Nvidia’s GPU Boost 2.0 technology which overclocks the GTX 780 to run as fast as possible when operating within a specified thermal envelope.
With the launch of the GTX 780 Nvidia has also taken the brilliant GeForce Experience application out of Beta and made it available to the masses. GeForce Experience scans your PC for the games you have installed and recommends, then sets, optimal graphics settings for those games. This ensures you have the very best visual experience possible, without the hassle of understanding and changing all the settings in the games menus.
The GeForce GTX 780 and CCL Elite Gaming PCs powered by the new card are available here now.