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So, how long do you think it will be till we start hearing or seeing 6xx series cards?
I'm curious because im thinking of selling up on my 460 not had a new card in a while.
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I don't think nvidia gave some information about a futur serie of graphic card...


But for ur 460, start by changing your CPU and socket as well before thinking of selling that card.
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I don't think nvidia gave some information about a futur serie of graphic card...


But for ur 460, start by changing your CPU and socket as well before thinking of selling that card.
Agreed.
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I don't think nvidia gave some information about a futur serie of graphic card...


But for ur 460, start by changing your CPU and socket as well before thinking of selling that card.
But that doesn't mean that Kepler isn't coming. If you remember Nvidia didn't say anything about the 5xx series cards until just a few months before they dropped and laid a smackdown on AMD.

I predict they will start talking about Kepler around August.
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http://semiaccurate.com/2010/09/23/n...at-moores-law/

^^ cool info, but all speculation. 6XX / Kepler is aimed for end of 2011 / Q1 2012 but no one can really say

Nvida IS receving 28nm (kepler) ES chips from TSMC
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=191021
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I don't think nvidia gave some information about a futur serie of graphic card...


But for ur 460, start by changing your CPU and socket as well before thinking of selling that card.
...says the person with the Q6600 to the owner Q8400. For gaming only, the Q8400 @ 3.5GHz is fine and can support a GPU refresh on the upcoming cards.


I'm guessing the window is Nov-Jan for the 600s.
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I don't think nvidia gave some information about a futur serie of graphic card...


But for ur 460, start by changing your CPU and socket as well before thinking of selling that card.
Still dont see why people underestimate socket 775. A Q9650 @ 4ghz is the equivalent to a 2500K @ 4ghz except for the older architecture of course. My Q8400 @ 3.5ghz wont be bottlenecking anything anytime soon. I buy a new socket chip when something comes out worth buying. No offence intended, i respect your feedback. Thanks
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Agreed.
Again, 775 still rockin' my socks
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But that doesn't mean that Kepler isn't coming. If you remember Nvidia didn't say anything about the 5xx series cards until just a few months before they dropped and laid a smackdown on AMD.

I predict they will start talking about Kepler around August.
Hopefully!



This, exactly!!
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...says the person with the Q6600 to the owner Q8400. For gaming only, the Q8400 @ 3.5GHz is fine and can support a GPU refresh on the upcoming cards.


I'm guessing the window is Nov-Jan for the 600s.
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So, how long do you think it will be till we start hearing or seeing 6xx series cards?
I'm curious because im thinking of selling up on my 460 not had a new card in a while.
Expect preliminary info starting Q4.
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Still dont see why people underestimate socket 775. A Q9650 @ 4ghz is the equivalent to a 2500K @ 4ghz except for the older architecture of course. My Q8400 @ 3.5ghz wont be bottlenecking anything anytime soon. I buy a new socket chip when something comes out worth buying. No offence intended, i respect your feedback. Thanks
Lol. Wut?
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In terms of graphical performance, I don't expect a huge increase. What I do see if a large improvement in terms of performance/watt.
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