If you were still recovering from NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 780 launch, you'll want to brace yourself for another potential heavy hitter in the form of the new GTX 770. Though it's based on the GK104 GPU instead of the GK110 seen on the Titan and GTX 780, it still boasts GPU Boost 2.0 and core/memory clocks of up to 1085/7010 MHz. All that for $399, a far more affordable price than NVIDIA's last two high-performance cards. Hit our review to see how the GTX 770 stacks against the likes of the GTX 780 and AMD HD 7970!
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