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Hm, I might hop on the 660 ti. It's either that or the 7870, I hope 1.5gb vram is enough for 1080p. Anyone think I would be fine with 1.5gb vram at 1080 or not?

my 680 hits 1800-1900mb on some bf3 maps @1080p. but my 570 with 1280mb didn't slow down enough for it to be an annoyance. so should be fine
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No three or four way SLI frown.gif

Picture is the 660
I should game.
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post #63 of 87
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Picture is the 660

I'm actually hoping this is the case now as it seems most logical, in fact it looks more like the 460. We should know within the next week what it really looks like.
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post #64 of 87
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I'm actually hoping this is the case now as it seems most logical, in fact it looks more like the 460. We should know within the next week what it really looks like.

I agree, if you have the cash for 3 mid range cards, why not just get 2 680s? It leaves you with the option of a third latter. Although 3 680s is seriously overkill for any game.
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The PCB seems to be photoshopped. Not real.
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The point is that AMD has been designing what are effectively mid-range cards for the last 3-4 years. So acting like it is competing with some non-existent high end card from AMD is silly. Like I said previously AMD has been using small died cards for some time now. The only thing that changed from last generation to this one is the relative performance of each companies card is much closer. If you took the compute parts of the 7970 like Nvidia did with the 680 the 7970 would probabally be smaller.
That's why I laugh when people talk about how the 780 is going to be so dominant without realizing that both companies could scale up their cards massively. Personally I think both Nvidia and AMD are done with large hot cards. I think the 780 will probabally be more similar to the 680 then the 580.
Back on subject though I agree that Nvidia is going to be pricing these cards to move. 670 I imagine will be somewhere in the 350-400 range. Hopefully this causes AMD to drop prices on the 7870/50 finally.


https://registration.gputechconf.com/?form=scheduleBySession

Look at the session S0642 - Inside Kepler

"In this talk, individuals from the GPU architecture and CUDA software groups will dive into the features of the compute architecture for “Kepler” – NVIDIA’s new 7-billion transistor GPU. "

The GTX 780 aka GK110 is going to be Nvidia's most ambitious GPU ever. Nvidia seems to be building a compute monster with 2.5 - 3 times the DP performance of Fermi GF110. It might not have the perf/watt of GTX 680 for gaming workloads. But it should be able to do 30% better perf than GTX 680. In fact it could be better. But what seems to be seen is how much does AMD improve their architecture with Sea Islands HD 8970. They need some serious improvement to take on GK110 aka GTX 780.
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https://registration.gputechconf.com/?form=scheduleBySession
Look at the session S0642 - Inside Kepler
"In this talk, individuals from the GPU architecture and CUDA software groups will dive into the features of the compute architecture for “Kepler” – NVIDIA’s new 7-billion transistor GPU. "
The GTX 780 aka GK110 is going to be Nvidia's most ambitious GPU ever. Nvidia seems to be building a compute monster with 2.5 - 3 times the DP performance of Fermi GF110. It might not have the perf/watt of GTX 680 for gaming workloads. But it should be able to do 30% better perf than GTX 680. In fact it could be better. But what seems to be seen is how much does AMD improve their architecture with Sea Islands HD 8970. They need some serious improvement to take on GK110 aka GTX 780.

Yeah I've seen all this information before I just don't think it's going to happen. The 680 is a departure from what they've done before and I imagine they are very happy with it. The profit margins on each 680 vs. each 580 sold I'm sure are much much greater. I expect the 780 to be a 'green' GPU just like the 680/7970.

I could of course be completely wrong. I'm not saying it's not possible I just don't think it's going to happen.
    
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post #68 of 87
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Yeah I've seen all this information before I just don't think it's going to happen. The 680 is a departure from what they've done before and I imagine they are very happy with it. The profit margins on each 680 vs. each 580 sold I'm sure are much much greater. I expect the 780 to be a 'green' GPU just like the 680/7970.
I could of course be completely wrong. I'm not saying it's not possible I just don't think it's going to happen.

Are you saying Nvidia's next gen high end GTX 780 would be GK114 based. I doubt that. I expect GK110 based cards to be GTX 780/ GTX 770 and GK114 based cards to be GTX 760 Ti / GTX 760.
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Are you saying Nvidia's next gen high end GTX 780 would be GK114 based. I doubt that. I expect GK110 based cards to be GTX 780/ GTX 770 and GK114 based cards to be GTX 760 Ti / GTX 760.

I'm not speculating on anything as far as code names go. The only thing I'm saying is I think Nvidia is going to continue the strategy of building small efficient GPUs rather then large and hot GPUs.

Better for profit margins and better for users even if they don't think so IMO. I think it's great both manufacturers are going with power efficient lite designs rather then monsters. I really like my two 580s but these things literally heat up my room within minutes of playing an intense game. It's kind of ridiculous.
    
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If the retail price of the 660 TI will really be 249, it will easily be occasionally on sale AR for around $200 by Christmas if it hits its September launch date.

GK 104 660 TI:

1152 Cores
96 TMU’s
24 ROPs


GF110x2 GTX 590
1024 Cores
128 TMU’s
96 ROPs

Pretty huge jump versus previous generations. Now, if only there were any games that needed that much power.
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