Originally Posted by ninelven
I took this statement by you at face value.
Now, there are two possibilities:
1) You did not know if there was a GK110 (or whatever you want to call it).
2) You did know there was a GK110, and you were being dishonest on purpose.
The entire question/thread is based on the possibility of a GPU desktop product. My question implies "from a desktop GPU standpoint" as that was what people were asking about, and my question only makes sense if you figured that out. Sorry you didn't.
So, to re-iterate, GK110, if its even called that, because theres no actual hard evidence it exists, might not exist from a GPU product standpoint because if it does exist it probably is a compute-specific product and not a desktop GPU. This is just a personal guess/opinion from the facts that exist as I have seen thus far. My guess/opinion can't be wrong because it is a guess/opinion and the hard evidence doesn't exist yet to disprove/prove my guess/opinion. Maybe in the future this will change.
As far as we, GPU enthusiasts, are concerned, GK110 might as well not exist, and theres no magic "bigger better kepler" waiting in the wings. That was what I was implying. I could be wrong, but we'll see.
...Is that clear enough for you this time?