The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti is designed to be well balanced for performance, power usage, and noise levels. With the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti adds to the well rounded GTX 700 series of GPUs and utilizes the GK110 for its core. The 780 Ti has 2,880 CUDA cores handling single precision, 960 CUDA cores for double precision calculations, and 240 texture units. The GK110 core has its base clock set to 875 MHz with a boost clock of 928 MHz. The 3GB GDDR5 memory runs at a whopping 7000 MHz on a 384-bit memory bus, for a total memory bandwidth of 336 GB/s. Power is provided to the 780 Ti through one 6-pin power connector, one 8-pin power connector, and the PCI Express bus. NVIDIA introduces a power balancing feature that allows the card to adjust where the power draw is coming from, preventing one connection from being overloaded, and to maximize overclocking potential.