EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified has 450 Watt Power Delivery System


EVGA today not only released the clearest image of their upcoming GTX 780 Ti Classified graphics card showing off a robust heatsink design, but they also gave us a clear shot of the impressive power connector configuration as well. In total the board includes dual 8-pin power connectors and single 6-pin power connector and the PCIe rail. Combined this gives the card a max power draw of 450W! That is well over the 250W TDP of the GTX 780 Ti and it is sure to give this card impressive overclocking results. It should also allow EVGA to max out the GPU Boost clock out-of-the-box.

Of course the power connectors are only part of the puzzle when it comes to overclocking the board needs a robust delivery system with chokes, captors and resistors as well. I am sure the VRM is going to be just as impressive as the heatsink and the power options though – this is one card I am really excited to get my hands on!

You can see more images of the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified here.