Originally Posted by Khemhotep
Actually I do. How about you click the link and read the original story.Overall performance will be right where a mid-range gpu should be. But in games that support the built in Physx optimisations, performance will be off the charts. I'm skipping this and waiting for the real high-end Kepler. The GK104 will be a good buy for only $300.
You originally said
"If it is able to TROUNCE a 7970 in at least a few games, for only $300?!?!=BIG WIN."
The thing is it will beat the 7970 in some games and programs that the Physx, or optimized shaders, as the article makes out will take advantage of. This might show well in benchmarks, but when it comes to real life gaming those few programs and games are few amongst many and the 7970 will still be the better card.
This is dirty tricks by Nvidia to sell their cards and make them look better than they really are.