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Old 02-14-12, 05:33 PM   #25
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Still need more memory bandwidth for Blood Rayne 2 with texture pack and SSAA? How much is enough?
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Still need more memory bandwidth for Blood Rayne 2 with texture pack and SSAA? How much is enough?
it's never enough!
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Old 02-26-12, 11:22 PM   #27
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Entry level GK107 card



GK107 score P3818 3DMark11, faster than Radeon HD 6850, Radeon HD 7770 and Geforce GTX 560 SE.

http://translate.google.com/translat...d%2F167825.htm
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Old 02-27-12, 12:50 AM   #28
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Old and fake. They just used a differently clocked GF104/114 for the score. No card that uses regular DDR3 is going to perform on par with anything using GDDR3/5.
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Old and fake. They just used a differently clocked GF104/114 for the score. No card that uses regular DDR3 is going to perform on par with anything using GDDR3/5.
You probably not read it through. There will be 2 versions of GK107 with GDDR3 and GDDR5, the video benchmark are believed to be GK107-300 with GDDR5 memory and the low end GK107-200 used GDDR3 memory.
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Found this interesting info from NVIDIA Italy via Xtremesystem forum.

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"Waiting for Kepler ... Patience, patience, patience, the right time comes, and then ... there will be no chance to beat it!"
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Old 02-28-12, 06:07 PM   #31
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Found this interesting info from NVIDIA Italy via Xtremesystem forum.



How is that interesting? Its a marketing dumbass spouting marketing dumbassery.
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Old 03-02-12, 09:23 AM   #32
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Here is the full naked GK104 card.



http://www.techpowerup.com/161601/GK...d-in-Full.html

GK104 is confirmed to have 256bit bus.
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So this GK104 part is not the high end part right? i.e. not the successor to the GTX 580?

This PCB in AthlonXP1800's pic above should be the GTX 660 then?
Nope, it is NOT the GTX 660, rumor is, the GK104 is the GTX 670. From several sources.

http://www.techpowerup.com/160933/To...-Branding.html

http://vr-zone.com/articles/report-n...-ti/14952.html
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So this GK104 part is not the high end part right? i.e. not the successor to the GTX 580?

This PCB in AthlonXP1800's pic above should be the GTX 660 then?
I read the link provided again, accorded to Techpowerup that the GK104 will be the high end, the final product will be branded as GTX 680 and GTX 670 Ti. GTX 680 will be the successor to GTX 580.
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There will be a higher end part than GK104 whatever it ends up being called. The GK110 is it, and it should have a 512-bit memory bus. If the GK104 is called the 680, then either the GK110 will carry the label of GTX 690, thus moving all cards up one notch to match AMD's new naming that came in last gen, or GK110 is a fair way off and could be released as GTX 780 later in the year. Those are my two guesses.
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... The GK110 is it, and it should have a 512-bit memory bus ...
Fingers crossed

http://www.gpureview.com/geforce-gtx-680-card-667.html#

To be honest, i think that we will only see a card with a 256 or 384 bit bus.

During the past years, the biggest jumps in performance came from the biggest jumps in the memory bandwidth.

Remember the performance jump from the 7800GTX to the 7800GTX512/7900GTX, or with the 8800GTX with a 384 bit bus, or my lovely GTX285 with a 512 bit bus
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