Against the GTX 680
It looks like the card completely outperforms the GTX 680. The difference is 27%. The scores varies depending on the resolution, the higher it goes the better the results of GTX 780, which is obvious since the card is using 384-bit interface.
Against the 7870 GHz Edition
The Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition already has 384-bit interface and 3GB memory. This is the battle of architectures and number of multiprocessors on the GPU.
With the latest Catalyst drivers used for AMD card, the new card from NVIDIA beats the Radeon by 22%. However, in AMD-picked titles, the difference is not so bright for the new GeForce model. In Crysis 3, for instance, it’s even slower by 2%.
Against the GTX Titan
The GTX 780 is in fact 8.51% slower than the TITAN. The difference is almost solid on each tested resolution.
First GeForce GTX 780 Review Leaks Out, Inno3D GTX 780 iChill Exposed geforce gtx 780.
Expreview posted (by accident) the first review of the GeForce GTX 780. Gladly I have a copy for you (in case they notice an increased traffic from VC).
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 which is going to be released tomorrow will feature GK110 GPU with 2304 CUDA cores. Expreview confirmed all the specs, including the speculated number of ROPs. Therefore the card will make use of 192 TMUs and 48 ROPs, this is now official, sort of.
The GTX 780 is equipped with 3GB GDDR5 memory which is running at 6 GHz effective speed. The reference clock was set to 863/902 MHz, with GPU Boost 2.0 support. Card requires both 6+8pin power connectors, to draw up to 250W (not entirely true, check below).
According to multiple reports, the price starts from $650 in United States and €599 in Europe (Chinese price is 4999 yuans).