ChipHell and VideoCardz have put up the picture of the Nvidia GTX 770 card. It is being reported that the card is 10.5″, the same length as GTX Titan. It also uses the same heatsink and magnesium casing as GTX Titan, with a part of the PCIe interface being glued on.
It is assumed that the graphic card takes power from PCIe 6+8 pin Power Adapter and most likely has a TDP of 250W. uses GK104-425 GPU with 1536 CUDA cores on the graphic card, together with 2GB GDDR5 memory followed by 256-bit interface.
In other words: the card is nothing more than a rebadged GTX 680 with TITAN’s CPU cooler.
Just to note, earlier it was speculated that the card may have DX12 support, but considering that it was exposed that CPU-Z’s validation data can be altered and passed through since it doesn’t validate the file’s integrity, we’ll have to wait until Nvidia releases the 700 Series GeForce cards to see which is true and which is not.