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Old 03-13-2012, 08:31 PM
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I went through most of that, it all seems to be just a roundup of already "leaked" (read most likely faked), slides and charts. Obviously some numbers might be real, more by throwing enough darts then knowing the truth.
Can't see anything official though?
Well, there's a supposed official slide in the 2nd link a few pages down. 1006 MHz core clock with turbo to 1058. 6GHz on memory.

And the benchmark slide is interesting. No wonder why Charlie was confused.
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:35 PM
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What's the chance of a GTX680 with a high core all functioning parts and a fairly high TDP, then a GTX670 with all functioning parts but much lower TDP, then a quick release of a GTX670TI that looks as good as the GTX680 but for less money, then possibly a GTX660(TI?) to use up parts with non functioning shaders and a slower core?
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:46 PM
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What's the chance of a GTX680 with a high core all functioning parts and a fairly high TDP, then a GTX670 with all functioning parts but much lower TDP, then a quick release of a GTX670TI that looks as good as the GTX680 but for less money, then possibly a GTX660(TI?) to use up parts with non functioning shaders and a slower core?
Isn't that basically GF110's story?
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:49 PM
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Eh? What would the 670ti be, why would it look as good as a 680gtx but be much cheaper exactly?

Though you have a point, Nvidia might not be able to make very many cards that do 1056Mhz, it might be the equivalent of a 7980 with 1200Mhz at stock, heavily binned, very few, priced through the roof to prevent people wanting to buy it and a lower TDP, lower clocked card for significantly cheaper available in higher quantities, and a lower card again with bits disabled.

It is looking for all the world that the 680gtx is just a heavily preoverclocked part, vs a 7970 which is a stupidly underclocked part, and I still say a 7970 overclocked to a safe but high level(1150-1200Mhz) with a higher TDP will easily beat a 680gtx which will likely have little to no overclocking headroom.

AMD are being utterly stupid though, just for the love of god release a 7890 with 30% higher clocks while dropping the price on the 7950/7970 a bit BEFORE Nvidia launch and make them look completely stupid, releasing a high end part they've claimed beats AMD easily... after.... more expensive.... slower.... same TDP or even higher.


One of those is suggesting that a 670gtx uses around the 7970 type average gaming power, while a 680gtx uses 230W, which is basically exactly where a 1200Mhz 7970 would be, which would likely blow GK104 away with that clock speed.
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:58 PM
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Eh? What would the 670ti be, why would it look as good as a 680gtx but be much cheaper exactly?

Though you have a point, Nvidia might not be able to make very many cards that do 1056Mhz, it might be the equivalent of a 7980 with 1200Mhz at stock, heavily binned, very few, priced through the roof to prevent people wanting to buy it and a lower TDP, lower clocked card for significantly cheaper available in higher quantities, and a lower card again with bits disabled.
Pretty much what I was thinking, release the uber GTX680 get lauded, but because very few of the GK104 dies do those clocks, release a GTX670TI that has all shaders etc. but has slower clocks, and is more available from binning.

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Old 03-13-2012, 08:59 PM
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Mobile Kepler GT640M notebook already avaialable in Asia:

http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Mobile/...Arrives-Mobile
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