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How long before release do Nvidia normally announce official specs or a release date?

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Just wondering, how long before is it normally? And when should we see one?
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Anyone?
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There isn't really a "pattern" to follow. For some generations, Nvidia couldn't get enough boasting in about how powerful their new card was gonna be with specs, benchmarks etc. being plastered all over the web. But then you get some generations like this where they're being unusually quiet. So really, there's no way of knowing. They may release official specs tomorrow, but won't release their card until September. Or they may release the card in two weeks with the specs alongside it. I know it's hard, but we just gotta wait.
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If you're referring to Kepler.... this popped up recently. http://www.legitreviews.com/news/12520/
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NVIDIA Kepler GK107 Video Card Performance Numbers Leaked in 3DMark11

It appears that someone with an NVIDIA GeForce Kepler GK107 engineering sample video card has leaked out the 3DMark11 performance numbers of the card. The NVIDIA GK107 engineering sample with early drivers scored P3818 on the performance preset of 3DMark11 with an Intel Core i7-3960X processor. We also use this processor on our video card test platform and was able to get P3558 on the AMD Radeon HD 7770 and P3891 on the XFX R7770 Black Edition S Double Dissipation card (See our scores here). The Physics score in the benchmark results looks extremely low, so something is going on there. Now we just need to know what the price of GK107 will be, so we can see where it will fit in the NVIDIA product lineup. Based on these scores it would likely replace the GeForce GTX 550. Head on over to INPAI.COM.CN to see more images and a video of this leak.
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Well, nothing has been "Officially" announced yet. Although there are many rumors of the GTX 670 ti releasing in March.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1221897/gpureview-site-has-gtx-6xx-series-release-dates#post_16594849

click the drop down box and pic a card, seems as accurate as any other site
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It says 2012-04-03 for the 680. I'd be a very happy camper if it were true.
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