You probably won’t have to wait until Computex for the GeForce GTX 700 series cards to be announced—a Chinese-language forum, Chiphell, has leaked pictures (and some specs) of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 and 780, therefore unofficially confirming the existence of the GTX 700 series.
According to the person who posted the leak, the GTX 770 uses the same cooler as the flagship GTX TITAN, which is priced at USD$1,000 (approximately PHP 41,000), but will allegedly only cost between USD$399-449 (around PHP 16,359-18,409). It is essentially a higher-clocked GTX 680 with the GTX TITAN’s cooler on board. It comes with a GK104 GPU with 1536 CUDA cores on board with a 256-bit interface. Surprisingly, this model only has 2 GB of GDDR5 RAM, but it is certain that a 4 GB model will also be available. There’s no definite release date yet, although some sources point to the end of May as a release date.
Even less is known about the GeForce GTX 780. Some sources suggest that the configuration of the card would utilize a GK110 GPU with 2496 CUDA cores. It is also unknown whether the card would use a 320-bit or a 384-bit interface at the moment. The card might be equipped with 3 GB of GDDR5 RAM. Some reports say it might actually have 5 GB installed, but it is possible that there could be both 3 GB and 5 GB models. Although pricing is also unknown for the GTX 780, sources have suggested a price of between USD$599-699 (around PHP 24,559-28,659). Like the GTX 770, it is also rumored to be released at the end of May.