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Old 03-13-12, 01:18 PM   #145
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GTX 680 performance in benchmarks.



The only game GTX 680 losed to Radeon HD 7970 is Civilization 5 with 4x AA. Maybe GTX 680 with 4GB could help it.
That looks almost legit...

Fake: http://forum.ngfcommunity.com/index....e-9#post-89175
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Old 03-13-12, 06:59 PM   #146
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Accorded to PHK, Radeon HD 7970 OC at 1150MHz will need to match GTX 680's 1GHz default clock to get equal in games benchmarks. But 1150MHz with 6 + 8 pin will use more power than 1GHz with 6 + 6 pin power.

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Old 03-13-12, 07:26 PM   #147
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It really pity that the reviewers are busy with GTX 680 for days writing reviews while eat Nvidia chocolate cookies still cant finished by 12 March but accorded to PC Perspective on facebook we wont have review but a preview later.

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Old 03-13-12, 07:46 PM   #148
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If these rumors are to be believed, this is pretty impressive for a mid ranged card. Can't wait to see how the top version will perform
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Old 03-13-12, 07:55 PM   #149
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It really pity that the reviewers are busy with GTX 680 for days writing reviews while eat Nvidia chocolate cookies still cant finished by 12 March but accorded to PC Perspective on facebook we wont have review but a preview later.



http://www.facebook.com/pcper
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Old 03-13-12, 09:23 PM   #150
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site is blocked for me at work, mind sharing what is shown on it?
Sorry man, it was a blurb of what we know now specs that is

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[The PConline Information] distance Kepler release draws near, the major forum site have broke the news to everyone named in the guess, guess frequency, guess the size, all these comments everywhere, in the end the letter who is good? Of course, is the letter of official information. Here is our PConline evaluation room exclusive exposure for all official Kepler specifications table, core frequency, memory configuration, CUDA cores and other important parameters at a glance, the victory over the HD7970 should be no suspense!

The above picture is obtained by NVIDIA's official channels, high credibility than gossip! From here we can not only see the appearance of Kepler GTX 680 local, you can also see the frequency is set to 1006/6000MHz (core / memory), but the core can also be automatically accelerated to 1058MHz than previously projected 7xxMHz high, even a conservative estimate of the Kepler frequency performance and HD7970 flat, due to the default frequency was significantly higher than HD7970, GTX 680 performance of victory should have been non-existent doubt.

Terms of memory GTX 680 is quite amazing, the equivalent frequency of up to 6G, is the first graphics memory frequency can reach this level, so AMD has been proud of the memory controller to sweat! Not so sharp is the 256bit memory bandwidth relative HD7970, 2GB memory capacity is slightly lower than the HD7970, but the estimated or NVIDIA retained strength, the product may also take the memory bandwidth and capacity to make a fuss.

General computing, before there are rumors GTX 680 general-purpose computing power than the HD7970, and now we can determine the GTX 680 CUDA cores up to 1536 victory HD7970 should be no suspense in the

Click here estimated specifications, Kepler GTX, 680 performance of victory HD7970 should be no problem! Power consumption Kepler is also very satisfied with only a TDP of 195W at full load power nearly 250W HD7970 can be stressful! Price exposure can not believe the appearance of the exposure can be questioned, but this official chart of the above, it is a bunker! I believed! We PConline latest reports, please refer to the latest news about Kepler.
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Old 03-14-12, 01:29 PM   #151
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NDA on GTX 680 and Kepler family will be lift on 22 March at 6pm PT/9pm UTC/GMT.

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Old 03-14-12, 01:32 PM   #152
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NDA on GTX 680 and Kepler family will be lift on 22 March at 6pm PT/9pm UTC/GMT.

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Where does it say that in the article you listed?
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Old 03-14-12, 01:56 PM   #153
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Where does it say that in the article you listed?
No wonder you are lost in translation, it is in last page or page 5.
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Old 03-14-12, 02:02 PM   #154
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PHK managed to OC broke 1.2GHz barrier on GTX 680.

http://translate.googleusercontent.c...GVqvSO_M-IWBwA

It will need to take Radeon HD 7970 to reach 1.35GHz to match it. Will a 1.2GHz GTX 680 able to run BF3? We shall have to wait and see in upcoming Hardocp review.
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Old 03-14-12, 02:07 PM   #155
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PHK managed to OC broke 1.2GHz barrier on GTX 680.

http://translate.googleusercontent.c...GVqvSO_M-IWBwA

It will need to take Radeon HD 7970 to reach 1.35GHz to match it. Will a 1.2GHz GTX 680 able to run BF3? We shall have to wait and see in upcoming Hardocp review.
Where do you see any of that?
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Old 03-14-12, 02:18 PM   #156
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No wonder you are lost in translation, it is in last page or page 5.
Nice pun.
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