Saturday, June 22nd 2013

Custom NVIDIA GTX 760 Card Pictured And Tested

With the official GeForce GTX 760 launch imminent, leaked specs, benchmark scores and pics are to be expected. That is precisely what we are looking at today, a card branded Xenon JetStream, sporting the familiar Palit aesthetics, apparently Xenon being a Palit sub-brand for the South Korean market. The images, specs and scores come from the ChipHell boards, where they were posted by forum member Charlie.

The card itself is very small, apparently a non-reference design, making use of an over-sized dual fan cooler, known to us from various GTX 600 generation cards, sold by Palit under the JetStream moniker. The GPU specs confirm the previous leaks, boasting 1152 CUDA cores, 96 TMUs and 32 ROPs. This particular card comes factory overclocked, with the base clock set at 1072 MHz and the boost clock 65 Mhz higher, at 1137 MHz. The GDDR5 memory, 2 GB on this model, comes with a slight overclock as well, 1550 Mhz precisely (6200 Mhz effective speed). Performance wise, the card did slightly better than a stock GTX 670, so keeping in mind the lower stock clocks of the reference GTX 760 card, we can expect it to perform slightly worse than a stock GTX 670.
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14 Comments on Custom NVIDIA GTX 760 Card Pictured And Tested

#1
tigger
I'm the only one
Looks bigger on the first pic, looks tiny on the fifth.
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#2
erocker
by: tigger
Looks bigger on the first pic, looks tiny on the fifth.
I think the card is shopped on to the guys lap in the first pic. Some weird stuff going on with the PCI-E slot and... dat drop shadow!
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#3
NdMk2o1o
by: erocker
I think the card is shopped on to the guys lap in the first pic. Some weird stuff going on with the PCI-E slot and... dat drop shadow!
Or it's a small card like the 670 with an overhanging heatsink that from the front makes it look like a 10/11" card
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#4
EpicShweetness
Within margin of error performance of a 670 in Synthetic Testing!!!
That would make it an excellent deal at it's projected price :rockout:
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#5
Sagia86
What the point?

nVidia should try to released their product that 3 or 4 generation more than AMD in order to dominate the GPU market. Look at what Intel already did to AMD
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#6
NdMk2o1o
by: Sagia86
What the point using the same architecture/generation of chip and get only 3% - 5% increase? The only way nVidia to dominate or survive in the GPU market is by leaving AMD 3 or 4 generation behind... Look at Intel did to AMD
AMD is not 4 gens behind Intel, if you think that you really should do some more research into both offerings as you're way off with your understanding. Not only that but Intel have 10x more resources in terms of R+D and available resources (money), the fact that AMD can still compete with them and have beaten them in the past is the biggest compliment you could give to AMD. Nvidia don't have the same kind of advantage over AMD and so would never be able to gain such an advantage. Factor in that AMD are selling chips to MS, Nintendo and Sony for the next 5+ years for the next gen consoles and if anything it's NV who need to be worrying about the future and falling behind.
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#7
Sagia86
Yeah2, i didn't said that intel leave the AMD by 4 generation behind, I said nVidia "should try to leave" the AMD generation in order to survive in this gpu market. Yeah2, i now AMD have so many die hard fan, i know they got PS4, Xbox and Nintendo as their main supplier, i know have won the case against Intel and got some money. Well, like you said, currently nvidia don't have that resources to do it, they should do that when they still compete with ATI and lazying around by rebadges Geforce 2 mx to became Geforce 4 mx and wasting money by giving 3dfx team to develop a Geforce 5.

For the Intel part, first the delay the K10 (Phenom 2008) which should be compete with Core 2, then after that got TLB bug with that one too... Then Bulldozer released (2011) which they should be compete with Nehalem but even Intel Core 2 processor or K10 can still beat bulldozer in not heavily thread software. Then comes Piledriver, which the bulldozer should be but still unable to beat Nehalem in benchmark (well, maybe some program faster)

So Intel Core, Nehalem, Sandy Bridge now Haswell
AMD K10, Bulldozer, Piledriver (which is still struggling to even beat Nehalem)
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#8
NdMk2o1o
by: Sagia86
Yeah2, i didn't said that intel leave the AMD by 4 generation behind, I said nVidia "should try to leave" the AMD generation in order to survive in this gpu market. Yeah2, i now AMD have so many die hard fan, i know they got PS4, Xbox and Nintendo as their main supplier, i know have won the case against Intel and got some money. Well, like you said, currently nvidia don't have that resources to do it, they should do that when they still compete with ATI and lazying around by rebadges Geforce 2 mx to became Geforce 4 mx and wasting money by giving 3dfx team to develop a Geforce 5.

For the Intel part, first the delay the K10 (Phenom 2008) which should be compete with Core 2, then after that got TLB bug with that one too... Then Bulldozer released (2011) which they should be compete with Nehalem but even Intel Core 2 processor or K10 can still beat bulldozer in not heavily thread software. Then comes Piledriver, which the bulldozer should be but still unable to beat Nehalem in benchmark (well, maybe some program faster)

So Intel Core, Nehalem, Sandy Bridge now Haswell
AMD K10, Bulldozer, Piledriver (which is still struggling to even beat Nehalem)
You really need to work on your english bro, that hurt my brain to read. I'm still none the wiser :confused:
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#9
SeventhReign
I really like that cooler design. Too bad its a Palit offbrand.
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#10
Sagia86
You really need to work on your english bro, that hurt my brain to read. I'm still none the wiser
hahaha, that what you get when you can speak 5 different languages
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#11
v12dock
Why do people hate AMD so much again...?
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#12
lZKoce
by: SeventhReign
I really like that cooler design. Too bad its a Palit offbrand.
Care to elaborate? I've had two Palit cards for the last few years, before them I had Galaxy and Asus and they all worked perfectly fine. Palit is cheaper and doesn't have "super alloy power" etc proprietary techs, but it gets the job done.
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#13
micropage7
by: erocker
I think the card is shopped on to the guys lap in the first pic. Some weird stuff going on with the PCI-E slot and... dat drop shadow!
yeah. i just think the same too.
but the card looks nice and from outside looks pretty solid
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#14
progste
it's a GTX 670... not impressed :wtf:
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