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GTX680 OC on stock voltage : 1254Mhz

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http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4622/nvidia_geforce_gtx_680_kepler_2gb_reference_card_video_card_review/index.html

Looks great!
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Quick! Overload TT servers so the site is slow and laggy... too late. tongue.gif

wow.. that didn't take long. The site just got a lot slower for me.
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A lot of you are missing a key piece to the puzzle.

The GTX 680 is a stripped down GK110. They threw out all the GPGPU and calculation stuff to do the following:
  • Shrink die size (remember the 480/580 compared to 5870/6970 dies, lol)
  • Lower power consumption (480, nuff said)
  • Lower heat output (480, nuff said again)

Someone mentioned that this supports CUDA unlike the 7970... Duh, its Nvidia.

The real comparison to be drawn is performance/price between 680 and 7870 as those are the non-GPGPU dies.

Some of you make my head hurt and some of you just sit back and eat popcorn, lol jerry.gif
     
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

You're talking about the company that priced the HD 4870 for $300, which beat a $450 GTX 260. This company also priced the HD 5870, the fastest single-GPU on the market for 6 months when it came out, at an MSRP of $380. It got above $400 due to supply/demand. The card was faster than nvidia's offering the previous year (GTX 280 and 285) which started at over $600 MSRP.
The HD 7xxx series was very out of character for AMD price wise. And in regards to the lower performance quip, remember that the HD 5870 was uncontested for 6 months, and even after the GTX 480 was released for $100 more than the 5870, the HD 5970 still absolutely crushed it. Nvidia didn't have an answer to the 5970 until they finally released the GTX 590 mid way through 2011, and AMD still had an answer with the HD 6990 at that point.
But seriously, can we not make this thread about AMD? Because it really did sound like that's what you are trying to do with that very obvious quip at them. This is about the launch of the GTX 680. Keep AMD bashing out of this thread... they have had their moments in the past couple of years.
Thanks.

Comparing cards to each other is going to happen with new releases. Just like when AMD came out of with the new 7970 and was compared to how it "crushed", "wipes the floor with", the GTX 580 comments etc... There was so much Nvidia bashing on those release threads and it wasn't even as subtle.

There's going to be a lot of it going on while we see new results and those kind of remarks seem to be the norm from both sides. I wouldn't take offense if I were you, at least try not to. Doesn't make it right, but it happens.

Example: I read a new thread on the 7990 coming out and they already slammed Nvidia with "and it doesn't burst into flames like the 590" comment already. I wanted to explain how Nvidia addressed the issue by quietly replacing the VRM's and how it could be proven due to the first water blocks no longer fitting the original design and there was now two version of water blocks for the GTX 590 due to Nvidia's hardware fix. How it doesn't happen any more and through driver updates it now fairs well against the 6990. Yet the comments made was like it's the norm for Nvidia cards when it's completely wrong.

Instead I just /unsubscribed and let the AMD fan boy comments go unchecked. It's a waste of time and breath.

Did you go to that thread and let them know they should try to keep it civil too and not make it about Nvidia bashing. tongue.gif

On the flip side: There have been many threads of pre-released info on the GTX 680 and the Nvidia bashing by AMD followers was so heavy it started flame wars and many of these threads have been locked by a moderator. Not sure why people that don't have any intention of buying the Nvidia card have to come over and put their Nvidia bahsing two cents in. I think they are so jealous it's their intentions of shutting down the thread rather than /unsubscribe. What did you say " wood screws"? It is funny how it's ok for the goose but not the gander.
     
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1232557/nvidia-geforce-gtx-680-kepler-2gb-reference-card-video-card-tt-tweak-town-official-review/0_50#post_16776824

Tweaktown just posted their review. GTX 680 wins easily over the 7970 in heaven. Sorry pioneer but I fear you are wrong, you might want to grab that 680 afterall. tongue.gif

Ummm actually, I JUST reran that test. I scored 2244 at 1920x1200, same settings as their 680, which only scored 1921.

So...yes, they literally trade blows. I was also only 100MHz higher clocked than the 680 was. If I went down to 1050MHz, I'll bet I would still be beating that score.
 
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It also looks like the GTX 680 draws more power than the 7970 unlike some leaks claims. It even draws more than the 7950 @ 1250 which is a beast.

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Ummm actually, I JUST reran that test. I scored 2244 at 1920x1200, same settings as their 680, which only scored 1921.
So...yes, they literally trade blows. I was also only 100MHz higher clocked than the 680 was. If I went down to 1050MHz, I'll bet I would still be beating that score.

/shrug

No offense, but I'm going to believe a site that used the exact same testbed for their comparisons. They show the 7970 getting 1643. They don't list all their settings in the chart, there's many variable at play here when you are comparing your card in a totally different system on possible different heaven settings. There are no variable when they are just swapping out the GPU in a system and rerunning it.
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4622/nvidia_geforce_gtx_680_kepler_2gb_reference_card_video_card_review/index5.html

I'm not saying your wrong or right, it's just that there results have less variable, so I would assume they are more accurate. They also used v2.5 for some reason, and I know v3.0 increased scores (if your using 3.0). tongue.gif
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What AA and Anisotropy settings for heaven do you guys think TT used? I'm trying to run my own benchmark of heaven to compare my GTX 480 SLI and see if it's worth it to upgrade to a single GTX 680. It says they used Tess normal, shaders high, and DX 11 but I'm not sure what to put for the rest of the settings.
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What AA and Anisotropy settings for heaven do you guys think TT used? I'm trying to run my own benchmark of heaven to compare my GTX 480 SLI and see if it's worth it to upgrade to a single GTX 680. It says they used Tess normal, shaders high, and DX 11 but I'm not sure what to put for the rest of the settings.

Everything was Extreme preset.
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