Now that we have covered the ASUS GeForce GTX 770 DirectCU II OC Edition, let’s move along and take a quick look at what MSI has done with their card.
Yes, the GTX 770 is essentially a re-badge job. As with the GTX 780, there are no advancements in silicon production that we expect to lead to performance or power-consumption enhancements. Instead the new card sports a modest core overclock from 1,006MHz up to 1,046MHz (1,058MHz to 1,085MHz boost) and a slightly more significant memory overclock from 6GHz to 7GHz. It also benefits from the improved Boost 2.0 advances of the GTX 780, for better granular management of its internal overclocking abilities.
The ASUS GeForce GTX 770 DirectCU II OC Edition card bundle is pretty sparse. It comes with a 8-pin PCIe power adapter, setup guide and the driver disc. There is no game bundle or promotion included by ASUS or currently active on the GeForce 700 series cards right now.