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Old 09-01-12, 11:01 AM   #37
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Default Re: GK110 to feat a 512 bit bus ?

Ok looks like I was right with Q1-Q3 2013



GTX780 aka GK110 is scheduled for ~March 2013


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According to VR-Zone, the upcoming GeForce 700 Series may be pushed to March 2013, while the Maxwell architecture would debut in 2014.

Originally Kepler GPUs were planned for 2011, but as we know, NVIDIA released them just five months ago. Since the beginning of GeForce 600 series NVIDIA had problems with supplying enough GPUs to the market, and that is currently their main goal. As the source suggest problems with increasing the yields pushed the upcoming GeForce 700 series to next year and Maxwell GPUs to 2014. This would mean that next generation of GeForce graphics cards would be based on the similar, but still Kepler, architecture. Actually most of the enthusiasts expect NVIDIA to release GK110 based GeForce GTX 780 – something they were supposed to do this year, but instead they launched GK110 for professional Tesla and Quadro series.

Current Kepler architecture might feature only three different GPUs. The GK110 would power the professional GPUS, while the GK104 all high-end to mid-range cards and finally the GK107 for entry level models. However we are still expecting another GPU for GeForce GTX 660 (non-Ti) and GeForce GTX 650 Ti – purportedly GK106. This is a new policy to cut the spendings on every single graphics card model – that’s why GTX 660 Ti, GTX 670 and GTX 680 all have the same, yet slightly changed, GK104 GPU.

The Maxwell architecture would feature a lower fabrication process of 20nm. Also earlier reports said that Maxwell would be the first GPU to have additional CPU on board – it’s more like an APU but designated to graphics and physics computing. Anyway, we should not see any Maxwell GPU until 2014.

So it seems that AMD will be the first company to show their new Radeon HD 8000 graphics cards next year, same story again? VR-Zone claims that NVIDIA’s GeForce 700 Series would be 25-30% faster than 600 Series (nothing shocking here).



I made a very basic 3DMark comparison (this should feature gaming titles but I could not find the same benchmarks for all GPUs). Maybe Leonidas at 3DCenter.org could make a better one, or he already did – I couldn’t find.
http://videocardz.com/34599/geforce-...ecture-to-2014
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Old 09-02-12, 05:23 AM   #38
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Default Re: GK110 to feat a 512 bit bus ?

Everything worth to get is arriving late to the market.

I would love to build a new rig around Q1, but i dunno if there will be new gfx cards, cpus & mobos around that time.

Also, i was planning to go water cooling this time, but i did not find any true single slot GTX680 yet. They all use double bracket.
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Old 09-02-12, 01:20 PM   #39
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Default Re: GK110 to feat a 512 bit bus ?

I would say ~ GTX670 SLI performance (together 14SMX) vs. full GK110 with 15SMX; add HyperQ and Dynamic Parallelism, 48ROPS, vram +300gb/s and its one deadly gpu.

imo this should have been that GTX680 and everything would be ok


btw, AMD will release 8900 series ~ Dec. 2012, well apparently.
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Old 10-21-12, 09:34 AM   #40
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it looks as if the doom and gloom predictions of lack of competition are coming home to roost, at least WRT the CPU race (and not any applicable integrated graphics.) AMD is not pushing Intel forward so we are looking at ~<30% per clock advancement with Haswell, just as with Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge before it. the difference this time is we've by now gone through a complete tick/tock cycle, and the same rules still apply.

you can bet this has much to do with AMD virtually bowing out of the CPU dominance race
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Old 10-28-12, 09:38 AM   #41
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Default Re: GK110 to feat a 512 bit bus ?

I would like to have one if it will be around 50% faster then a GTX-680.But it looks like we want even see it untill next year .I will keep my GTX-670 SLI setup until it want run a game .Right now even the lower end cards are pretty fast .They are a lot of fast cards out by amd and nvidia .I think they only reason to upgrade would be for bragging rights unless you are going to run a triple monitor setup at high resolutions.
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