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Old 01-04-2012, 09:28 PM   #166
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Haha! April Fool everyone!!!
Where the guy take the images from?
Looks very hilarious!
Dun laugh... later we ended up GK110 with 680 Ultra, GTX 685 and GTX 685 ultra (1728 - 2304 CUDA cores.) if Nv doesnt want to rebrand its GK110 as the new 7xx series...


Which make perfect sense if the architecture remain almost untouched or unmodified.
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Old 01-04-2012, 09:29 PM   #167
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April Fool! 2GHz clock is impossible this generation LOL
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Old 01-04-2012, 09:32 PM   #168
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April Fool! 2GHz clock is impossible this generation LOL
Correct me if I am wrong, Isn't the Zotac GTX 680 horsepower 2GHz?
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Old 01-04-2012, 09:51 PM   #169
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Spotted someone just posted it on VRZ forums

Nvidia Geforce GTX680 Ultra?

And not again? 3 slots thick and i know why Nvidia wants to do stack power connectors, so can have 2 stacks of 2 set of power connectors or even 3 stacks of 2?

Or it's April Fool?
Nice effort just for the day.
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Old 01-04-2012, 10:01 PM   #170
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My PSU is 750 w thermaltake can it support this 680? No sli obviously.
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Old 02-04-2012, 12:56 AM   #171
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My PSU is 750 w thermaltake can it support this 680? No sli obviously.
750W can handle 680 GTX SLI...


So the ans should be obvious as well
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I am still waiting for a benchmark of the 680GTX vs the 580GTX using the latest premiere pro to see how adobe's mercury engine does with the new chip.

Considering I am on the fence now with regards to the 680GTX after reading about its compute power, the dealbreaker would be how it performs with adobe.
info on Premiere Pro CS6 is gonna be out about 23/04, with sneaks supposed to be out about 16/04 when NAB happens in Las Vegas... will then know if Mercury Playback Engine is still on CUDA or has gone over to OpenCL like Mercury Graphics Engine in Photoshop CS6... if the later, gonna grab me a 7970 3GB

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Old 02-04-2012, 11:01 PM   #173
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Looking good :P



Some tasty info ive got today. Its about a "big" Kepler chip based "Gaming" card. Info is not too detailed, but some little details are quite interesting. Launch month is ........ber! and is not December or November Chip is really big but smaller then GF110. Membus is 512-bit with 4GB od GDDR5. There are really lot of CUDAs with fair performance gain above GK104. Source are talking about 20-25 percents above GeForce GTX 680. It seems legit to me ... but will see

Source ~> What will be the "big" Kepler?
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info on Premiere Pro CS6 is gonna be out about 23/04, with sneaks supposed to be out about 16/04 when NAB happens in Las Vegas... will then know if Mercury Playback Engine is still on CUDA or has gone over to OpenCL like Mercury Graphics Engine in Photoshop CS6... if the later, gonna grab me a 7970 3GB

and CS6 is supposed to be coming 1H of 2012...
if it goes opencl than i think i will follow u too... the 5D3 is affecting alot of decisions on my hardware these days
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Some tasty info ive got today. Its about a "big" Kepler chip based "Gaming" card. Info is not too detailed, but some little details are quite interesting. Launch month is ........ber! and is not December or November Chip is really big but smaller then GF110. Membus is 512-bit with 4GB od GDDR5. There are really lot of CUDAs with fair performance gain above GK104. Source are talking about 20-25 percents above GeForce GTX 680. It seems legit to me ... but will see

Source ~> What will be the "big" Kepler?
You mean gaming grade, gtx 690 or 660?
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Some tasty info ive got today. Its about a "big" Kepler chip based "Gaming" card. Info is not too detailed, but some little details are quite interesting. Launch month is ........ber! and is not December or November Chip is really big but smaller then GF110. Membus is 512-bit with 4GB od GDDR5. There are really lot of CUDAs with fair performance gain above GK104. Source are talking about 20-25 percents above GeForce GTX 680. It seems legit to me ... but will see

Source ~> What will be the "big" Kepler?
The picture rooks rike Lightning leh.

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At least most of the rumors originated from ORB-hardware can still believe over semiaccurate anytime

Looooooking forward ~~~
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Show me the GPU then we talk ya!!!
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Show me the GPU then we talk ya!!!
Can show you the GPU but don't talk about how much Pricing is through the roof hehe
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Can show you the GPU but don't talk about how much Pricing is through the roof hehe

GTX 680 Ti, GTX 685 or even 680 Ultra... Abit hard to suggest it will go into GTX 7xx branding so soon... (I could be wrong though since GTX 480 and 580 were just 7 mths apart)


Whatever this thing was, if it feature 2304 CUDA cores, it got to be running at around 800MHz to keep the power draw sane (which translate to 20-25% performance as well)


P.S: Somehow this remind me of AMD's Tenerife rumor.
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