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MikeC 02-06-12 05:42 PM

NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Originally reported at Lenzfire and re-reported at Engadget.

http://lenzfire.com/2012/02/entire-n...se-date-43823/

http://www.engadget.com/2012/02/06/n...-roadmap-leak/

i SPY 02-06-12 06:21 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Apparently they're fake?

Some say there are no hot clocks by core:shader ratio, Idk i didn't saw such info.



But if its true, GK110 670gtx a 570gtx replacement is nothing special.
idk only 20% faster and full 1024core 45%? that's a 7970 at 1050-1350mhz

lol I would like it to be at least 65% or even 70% (lee)


Then there is the price 500$= 500€, but yeah 570gtx is still selling for 280-350€.. So those 500$ look kinda logical atm., but then again its still too expensive for what it offers, same goes for 7970.


and the "famous" GK104 made it only to ~580gtx perf., i think i won't have any trouble with this 570gtx for 1 more year and wait for 28nm refresh :D


lol at 900mhz im at 580gtx ~875mhz perf. :p

JasonPC 02-06-12 09:53 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
I think these are fake... We'll see.

K007 02-06-12 11:00 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
this was posted on the other thread as well.

but again..if the numbers are true..this would be in certain games i bet...twimtbp

Fotis 02-07-12 07:19 AM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
These are the first rummored kepler specs MikeC has bothered reposting or comment on.
Maybe there is something to that!:D

ViN86 02-07-12 08:44 AM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Ehh those numbers look way too good to be true...

Quote:

Nvidia Kepler GTX680

850MHz Core clock
2 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
1024 Stream Processors
512bit Bus Width
Priced at $649
45% faster than HD 7970

Nvidia has a clear winner in its hands and that’s why they have commented that they had expected much more from AMD. But still we already know that AMD is preparing its revised GCN HD 8000 series graphic cards, which may be release in the latter half of this year.
Nvidia Kepler GTX670

850MHz Core clock
1.75 GB 5GHz GDDR5 Memory
896 Stream Processors
448bit Bus Width
Priced at $499
20% faster than HD 7970
The second tier 670 is 20% faster than 7970? Typically the x70 cards match the performance or slightly beat the previous x80 card.

frenchy2k1 02-07-12 04:17 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
@Vin:
That has only been true for GTX400 to GTX500 as it was only a refresh.
But the GTX470 was quite a bit more powerful than a GTX275.

Kepler seems to be about 1.5~2.0 Fermi at each level (GK110 ~ 2x GF110, GK104 ~ 1.5xGF114...) so huge perf boosts should be expected.

We'll see. Table is still missing the GK107, but that should be mostly laptop.

i SPY 02-11-12 04:43 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ViN86 (Post 2526641)
Ehh those numbers look way too good to be true...


The second tier 670 is 20% faster than 7970? Typically the x70 cards match the performance or slightly beat the previous x80 card.

Or these GK104 with 1500 cores? full GK104 apparently over 2300cores :headexplode:

with a title REAL GK104 lol :D
http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news...-leak-out.aspx


And "GK104 680gtx" should be a little faster then 580gtx... I mean 512 Fermi cores vs 1500cores in GK104? and only such a small gap? i bet its half of that 768cores..

Johnny C 02-12-12 04:48 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by i SPY (Post 2527946)
Or these GK104 with 1500 cores? full GK104 apparently over 2300cores :headexplode:

with a title REAL GK104 lol :D
http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news...-leak-out.aspx


And "GK104 680gtx" should be a little faster then 580gtx... I mean 512 Fermi cores vs 1500cores in GK104? and only such a small gap? i bet its half of that 768cores..

New cores aren't hot clocked, and are now similar to the "stream processors" amd uses.

Xion X2 02-12-12 08:59 PM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Quote:

Nvidia Kepler GTX680

850MHz Core clock
2 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
1024 Stream Processors
512bit Bus Width
Priced at $649
45% faster than HD 7970
http://funny-pictures-blog.com/wp-co...1/04/fail2.jpg

Muppet 02-13-12 12:34 AM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Xion X2 (Post 2528258)

Ouch, that's gota hurt.

As for the specs on Kepler. I have been keeping up with them over at Extreme Forums and I can tell you, they change daily. I would take everything we have read so far and throw it in the bin. Until Nvidia releases info, I don't believe any of it.

Vardant 02-13-12 02:11 AM

Re: NVIDIA's 2012 Kepler lineup revealed (possibly)
 
They don't change daily. It's just stupid people and websites rehashing old info, that was already proven fake. The 1536 core rumor with 128 TMU is right.


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