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Its called out as a fake because of the content, first and foremost. The specs are flat-out wrong and NV has stated (along with numerous sources) that hotclocks are gone with Kepler. And there's the other stuff like stream processors, 1.75gb VRAM (***?), etc. Too many stupid things to even begin naming here.
This is also the same website that produced many fake kepler slides.

Give me the sources where Nvidia have clearified it please. 3Dcenter does not count
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I would've taken this "news" with a truckload of salt, but unfortunately I'm all out from the last 17 Kepler rumor threads.
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Its called out as a fake because of the content, first and foremost. The specs are flat-out wrong and NV has stated (along with numerous sources) that hotclocks are gone with Kepler. And there's the other stuff like stream processors, 1.75gb VRAM (wth?), etc. Too many stupid things to even begin naming here.
This is also the same website that produced many fake kepler slides.

And if you knew anything about hardware you would know that 1.75GB VRAM is totally legit. If you look at the specs it says 224bit and it fits with the description. Each VRAM is 32bit, 32bit x 7 = 224 bit. Each VRAM is 256MB, 256MB x 7 = 1792 MB

But keep searching for that article about an official statement from Nvidia about hotclocks. I`d be interested to read that
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Originally Posted by xoleras View Post

Its called out as a fake because of the content, first and foremost. The specs are flat-out wrong and NV has stated (along with numerous sources) that hotclocks are gone with Kepler. And there's the other stuff like stream processors, 1.75gb VRAM (wth?), etc. Too many stupid things to even begin naming here.
This is also the same website that produced many fake kepler slides.

1.75GB matches both a 224-bit and 448-bit bus width. Why is this such a hard concept to grasp? In layman's terminology, that's 1792MB, as found on certain GTX 260s and 275s from older times. rolleyes.gif

Also, the logic is simple, they know 1.5GB or 2GB is more than enough for the lesser GPU power backing it, and most DX11 games will use more than 1GB of Vram. Also it'll help for SLI purposes. It's the same reason why the GTX 580M has 2GB of Vram when it could never use all of it. SLI comes into play here. That and the marketing scheme of "Oh but look how much more Vram it has than this card! OOOoooOOOOooOO!"

I think it fits. Also, this hotclock thing sounds retarded. So what if it runs at the same speed as the core. There's a reason why the guy has TBD next to EACH CLOCK SPEED VALUE. thumb.gif
     
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^ There were rumors saying Kepler was 256-bit or 512-bit.
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And if you knew anything about hardware you would know that 1.75GB VRAM is totally legit. If you look at the specs it says 224bit and it fits with the description. Each VRAM is 32bit, 32bit x 7 = 224 bit. Each VRAM is 256MB, 256MB x 7 = 1792 MB
But keep searching for that article about an official statement from Nvidia about hotclocks. I`d be interested to read that

Too many numbers, you might make his head explode. biggrin.gif
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The difference between GTX 580 1.5GB and 3GB is negligible even @ 5760x1600 with 4x AA
Here is a proof
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=684954
Anything over 2GB is going to be overkill.

Yea and there is no way 1 580gtx (3gb or 1.5gb) is running that resolution at that frame rate unless all of the other settings are on low. Even a 7970 cant run those kind of frame rates.
    
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If these prices are true Mid Range GPUs will become popular once again. Remember 6600GT/7600GT era.
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If these prices are true Mid Range GPUs will become popular once again. Remember 6600GT/7600GT era.

Yeah, because the 460 / 560 / 560 ti are so unpopular...

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79xx series while very fast, didn;t quite meet the hype surrounding them pre-launch.

Nvidia stated a week or so ago that SI isn't as fast as they expected it to be, and fully expect mid-range Kepler based GPU's to be about on par with 7950/7970. If this turns out to be true, Nvidia really do have a monster on their hands.

Could all be just PR though, hoping those sort of statements damage 7xxx sales and force a chunk of users to hold out for Kepler.

We'll just ahve to wait and see. However, the rumour mill is always entertaining smile.gif
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Asked a person in the know and was told to take this with a grain of salt.
When asked if it will outperform the 7970 all they responded with was "trust me, it's worth the wait".

+1 Agree

Like to add: Lenzfire did have some early AMD specs right on the money. They've also jumped the gun on some rumors, like a GTX going on sale for $380 which never happened. Who knows?

Though if true - I really love those GTX 680 numbers. WOOOHOOO! wheee.gif *fingers crossed* Glad I waited.

Nvidia Kepler GTX680

850MHz Core clock
2 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
1024 Stream Processors
512bit Bus Width
Priced at $649
45% faster than HD 7970


I almost pushed the purchase button twice in Newegg review cart.
     
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