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Old 03-05-12, 02:52 PM   #13
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Old 03-05-12, 02:59 PM   #14
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680 launch got confirmed. Looks like a paper launch unfortunately.

http://semiaccurate.com/2012/03/05/n...680-in-a-week/
OBR called it fake all over the place xD

Imo its another Nvidia marketing stunt to confuse the crowd with AMD7870 rls




Nvidia we get it you're late, too late.. but this shiet is getting tiresome, either leak some real info or just shut it.
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Old 03-05-12, 03:03 PM   #15
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OBR called it fake all over the place xD

Imo its another Nvidia marketing stunt to confuse the crowd with AMD7870 rls




Nvidia we get it you're late, too late.. but this shiet is getting tiresome, either leak some real info or just shut it.
OBR is full of crap 99.99999999% of the time. I would believe charlie though as he has usually been right in the past.
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Old 03-06-12, 01:12 AM   #17
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680 launch got confirmed. Looks like a paper launch unfortunately.
Luckily, he's the only one hinting at that. I heard the opposite from three other sources.
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Luckily, he's the only one hinting at that. I heard the opposite from three other sources.
I haven't heard that at all. I just hope the prices are wrong for the 670. I might have to end up buying a 660Ti. If that did happen, I guess all that matters is that I would want it to run all the current games and any future games that I want for 2 years. I'd still like the 660Ti to outperform the 580. I'll be a VERY happy camper if I can afford to get a GTX 670 and a i7 3770K!
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If this slide is correct, the 680 blows everything out of the water. http://fudzilla.com/home/item/26316-...e-gtx-680-lead

This can be found at multiple sites too, not just Fudzilla.
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If this slide is correct, the 680 blows everything out of the water. http://fudzilla.com/home/item/26316-...e-gtx-680-lead

This can be found at multiple sites too, not just Fudzilla.
Yeah, because 5-10% is really blowing everything out of the water.
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Yeah, because 5-10% is really blowing everything out of the water.
No way! The faked graph with the disproportionate bars shows that it's up to 3 bar lengths better! That's a lot of extra bar length.
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Yeah, because 5-10% is really blowing everything out of the water.
I suck at math but correct me if I'm wrong but 40% is....please correct me if I'm wrong professor.
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Yeah, because 5-10% is really blowing everything out of the water.
Looks to be ~15% on average and it would be blowing it out of the water if launched substantially cheaper.
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If this slide is correct, the 680 blows everything out of the water. http://fudzilla.com/home/item/26316-...e-gtx-680-lead

This can be found at multiple sites too, not just Fudzilla.
I've seen that graph for weeks now. I thought it was already confirmed as a fake...
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