The new GK110-based Geforce GTX 780 features 2304 CUDA cores, 192 Texture Units, 48 ROPS and will work at 863MHz base and 900MHz Boost GPU clocks. The new GTX 780 graphics card will pack 3GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 6GHz and paired up with a 384-bit memory interface. It also shares the same 250W TDP as the GTX Titan.[ With a US $649/€649 price tag ]
On the GPU level, the GK110 on the GTX 780 features a total of 12 SMXs or 2 less than the GTX Titan and despite the fact that it has the same rated TDP, it should have a bit more TDP room for GPU Boost 2.0 to kick in and provide additional performance boost when needed.Performance wise, the GTX 780 steps in between the GTX 680/Radeon HD 7970GHz Edition and GTX Titan. It practically does not have any competition, at least not yet and can be considered as a great move from Nvidia to fill in the big gap between high-end dual-GPU solutions and GTX Titan and the GTX 680 and Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition that fill the US $450 price range. Compared to those two, the GTX 780 ends up about 20+ percent faster and packs quite a punch for buck.