You can now get your grubby paws on the 2880 cuda core-packing ASUS GTX 780Ti in the island-state for S$1,089.

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Good news for gaming enthusiasts as the ASUS GTX 780Ti is now available on local shores. Retailing at S$1,089, the latest flagship NVIDIA GPU touts a tantalizing specification sheet with 2880 cuda cores — that’s 25% more than what you get on the GTX 780 — clocked at 928MHz running in tandem with 3GB of 7GB/s GDDR5 memory.

Feature-wise, you will be greeted by the typical set of NVIDIA goodies you would have come to expect such as GPU Boost 2.0, ShadowPlay and G-Sync support. The GTX 780Ti also comes with support for 4K UHD resolution output via its DisplayPort connector but as 4K gaming monitors are still pretty much non-existent, we see this as more of a good-to-have feature and instead of a noteworthy game changer.

The ASUS GTX 780Ti is available now from all authorized resellers.