Today we look at the latest graphics card from ASUS, the GTX 760 MARS. This solution comprises two GTX760’s in an SLi configuration, all on a single PCB. ASUS have incorporated a hefty DIGI+VRM configuration featuring 12 phase power. They are promoting this card to go head to head against the flagship GTX Titan and GTX780Ti. So today we find out if it can!
While we don’t have two at hand today, we have also been told that ASUS have worked closely with NVIDIA to ensure that the new MARS solution will support QUAD SLi.
The ASUS GTX 760 MARS has two GTX 760’s on the same board. All of the specifications are listed above. Combined CUDA Cores are 2,304, and the core clock speed of each GPU core is 1,006mhz. Memory runs at 1,500mhz (6Gbps effective). Each of the GTX760’s is equipped with 2GB of GDDR5 which is connected via a 256 bit memory interface.