NVIDIA listed GeForce GTX 760 Ti graphics cards on their website. As stated earlier, GTX 760 Ti is based on slightly cut down version of GK104 graphics processing unit and features 1344 CUDA cores.
GTX 760 Ti has 28 nm Kepler architecture GK104 GPU with 7 SMX units enabled (1 disabled) making a total of 1344 CUDA cores and 112 texture mounting units. GPU core clock is set at 915 MHz while Boost speed is set at 980 MHz. GTX 760 Ti has 2GB of GDDR5 memory running at 6008 MHz. Memory is connected to GPU via 256-bit memory bus creating bandwidth of 192.2 GB/s. In case specifications sound too familiar, it's because GTX 760 Ti is identical to GTX 670 spec-wise. According to information on NVIDIA's website 760 Ti even supports older Boost technology, while other GTX 700 series card, such as GTX 760 and GTX 770, support Boost 2.0. Visually card is also identical to other GTX 600/700 series cards. Same short PCB, basic heatsink with copper base, blower fan and large black cooler shroud. Card's TDP remains the same at 170W.
One thing to note is that GTX 760 Ti is listed as an OEM graphics card. This means it may not reach the consumer market. Not that there's a big need for it. Though considering GeForce GTX 760 Ti is expected to be priced under $300, its retail appearance would be a pleasant surprise.