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Hey OCN,
In my pursuit of knowledge for all things technical, I have stumbled upon a curious thing. I keep seeing terms like GF104 and GF114 and yet I have no idea what it means. Google wasn't helpful so I am coming to the place I know and trust the best. I havent been able to figure out if it is the stye of VGA motherboard or if it was the chip itself. If it's the chip, than a 114 560 ti and a 114 460 are the same chip but different name (or maybe VRAM amount?). Thanks so much guys!
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Its the code name processor that Fermi's are built upon - i.e. the 465, 470, 480 were built upon GF100, 450, 460's were built on the 104, the updated revisions are 560 - 114, 570, 580's are GF110

The different cards use the same basic chip with parts enabled / disabled. Nvidia did a quick turn around going from the 4XX series to the 5XX series as the 5XX was simply a revision where they updated for better power management and heat output.

A few of the GPUs used software disable for portions (such as some of the 465's being unlock-able to 470's) though most are laser cut / disabled.
Edited by appleg33k85 - 10/27/11 at 1:12pm
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It's the actual graphics chip. The 560 Ti is a GF114 and the GTX 460 is a GF104.
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