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So more stock and just enhancing existing dies means less expensive cards? Aight cool.

Launch prices will be much cheaper relative to 7000 and 600 series launch prices, but when they release they'll be more expensive than whatever the 7000/600 series cards cost at the time.
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Anyone else afraid to see how chopped down a 650 will be? Can't be worse than the 7770 I suppose...
 
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interesting. with 768 of the same cores, this isn't going to outperform the 7870. it would almost definitely be slower.
This is what I was thinking too. It (almost) certainly won't beat Pitcairn in tessellation/geometry, as it uses the same units as Tahiti.
I thought they would use GK104 again. It would line up nicely with 8/7/6/5 SMXs for the 680/670/660 ti/660 respectively.
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7870 is a lot cheaper.
And overclocks much better. Not sure if you can oc the 670 at all, with those extreme PCB temps that other review was showing (IF accurate). Also, I think the voltages are still locked.
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post #44 of 83
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my 1st comment was about 660GTX TI it didnt notice that this was for 660GTX biggrin.gif

so 660GTX=560TI or 570 and 660GTX TI=570 or 580GTX +/- in performance
Edited by PontiacGTX - 5/12/12 at 4:48pm
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post #45 of 83
Even the 560 Ti was 250 at release. This pricing is too much for my enthusiast wallet frown.gif
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Even the 560 Ti was 250 at release. This pricing is too much for my enthusiast wallet frown.gif

650GTS must be on the "sweet spot" BUT did you know that nvidia has been rebranding their cards bcuz some of them outperformed by far Fermi 2.0? ex. 660GTXti(before)->670 GTX(now)
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post #47 of 83
Any word on release date?
post #48 of 83
These stupid little cards look cheaply made and they're more expensive than fermi by a lot! I know I'd be embarrassed to put that little thing in my case! If you are going to go up in price at least give us the courtesy of a full sized pcb!
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These stupid little cards look cheaply made and they're more expensive than fermi by a lot! I know I'd be embarrassed to put that little thing in my case! If you are going to go up in price at least give us the courtesy of a full sized pcb!

I strongly disagree with your sentiment. Keep in mind, this is basically the 550 Ti's next generation brother. This isn't supposed to appeal to you.

Hopefully, unlike the 550 Ti, this isn't priced like garbage. The 550 Ti was easily the worst card from Nvidia's last generation at launch, or at least out of the ones that received any sizable review coverage.
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post #50 of 83
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my 1st comment was about 660GTX TI it didnt notice that this was for 660GTX biggrin.gif
so 660GTX=560TI or 570 and 660GTX TI=570 or 580GTX +/- in performance

 

 

There was no such thing as a GTX Ti...   it's either "gtx", or "Ti"...

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