NVIDIA recently released their all-new GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card a few days ago. Even in its reference form, it is the fastest single GPU on the market right now. However, that didn’t stop AIB partners to make even faster versions with custom coolers, custom PCBs and out-of-the-box overclocks. The Colorful GeForce GTX 780 Ti iGame is such a card; it comes with a custom designed PCB with a robust power delivery system, a beefy triple-fan cooler and a handsome out-of-the-box overlcock.
Colorful is known to go all out in terms of design and engineering with their iGame version of graphics cards and their treatment to the GTX 780 Ti is no different. It comes with a fully custom PCB with a 12+2 phase power delivery system and a 2mm steel reinforced back-plate. It uses high-quality electrical components like aerospace-grade tantalum capacitors. It has two 8-pin PCIe connectors for power requirements.
In terms of clocks, the GTX 780 Ti iGame comes with 1006 MHz base frequency and boost frequency of up to 1072 MHz. That’s around a 15% increase over the reference model. The memory chips used on this card are from Elpida and they are clocked at 7 GHz (same as the reference model). And for the cooling, Colorful has fitted this with a beefy triple fan cooling solution. All three fans are 90mm in size and suck hot air from a large array of aluminum fins present below them. This cooling system should be enough to push the card to 1100 MHz.
Lastly, on the I/O side, the GTX 780 Ti iGame has two DVI ports, DisplayPort and an HDMI port along with what appears to be a BIOS switch. There is no information about the pricing or release time frame of this card but we’ll keep you guys updated as we get any information.