Windforce’ heatsink system included in this graphics card features three fans, designed to cool two blocks with five heat pipes each. This allows the card to function at lower temperatures, disipating over 450W, almost double than the GTX 770’s TDP (230W).
Windforce dissipation system that includes this graph has 3 fans that cool two blocks of dissipation with 5 copper heatpipes each, this allows you to work at lower temperatures, getting dissipate up to 450W of power, an amount almost double that TDP a reference GTX 770 with 230W.
Naturally, this cooling system along with overclocking, allows the card to reach very high speeds. For anyone interested in getting into this, the Gigabyte GeFroce GTX 770 WindForce 3X OC already reaches higher-than-normal speeds, as this GPU reaches 1137 MHz (1189 MHz with turbo), a considerable increase to the reference model’s 1045 @ 1085 MHz.
Its 4GB GDDR5 memory keeps the standard 7010 MHZ speeds, with a 256-bit interface and 224 GB/s bandwidth. Its price: around 500 USD on release day. In Spain, you can find the 2 GB model for 400€, and the 4 GB one for 450 Euros for pre-order. It’s expected to hit the market this july.