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post #21 of 46
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Originally Posted by Bitech View Post

The Tech Report
GeForce GTX 650 Ti, set to be released in September 2012, will deliver performance somewhere between the GeForce GTX 650 and the GeForce GTX 660.

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post #22 of 46
whelp... it's now looking like i'm either waiting another ~12 months for Maxwell or going with 78xx\79xx AMD....
Very disappointed with price\performance.
You can buy a used GTX 480 for ~$170 and wipe just about anything in the NVidia line up away with price\performance (just watercool the thing so your ears don't get destroyed)
    
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post #23 of 46
No real surprises, the GT 640 was a complete flop, underperforming the 6670 at a higher cost than it's release price over a year ago.
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Seeing how this is Nvidia and...

555M > 555M (lower-clocked 144-core > higher-clocked 96-core)
640M LE > 640M LE (one is a 28nm Kepler part, other is 40nm / Fermi)
560M > 560M (192-bit > 128-bit)

I think it's proper to note if a suffix means it's faster/slower. 2 cards should have different names, and so far Nvidia is keeping to that concept on desktop, but there's nothing stopping them from a 128-bit 670 called a 670 (if previous laptop GPUs are any indicator).

In a sane world, yes, 660 > 650 Ti > 650 would be logical. But this is Nvidia. And you either have to give them a hard time about their naming nonsense, or let them get away with the aforementioned.
Edited by jrbroad77 - 8/22/12 at 5:00pm
 
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post #24 of 46
Nvidia love their expensive products also, why don't they actually try and compete with AMD's pricing? I know I'd be buying their products!

If you're on a budget you'd go for AMD, a lot of new PC gamers would be on a budget since they're new to the scene and are unfamiliar with the technology, this allows you got get extra components such as a better case, more Hard drives or even an SSD.

Also not to mention the overclocking capability, my AMD Phenom II 555 X2 Is still going strong with It's unlocked cores, sure It Isn't a Phenom Six core nor an I5 but It gets the Job done.
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post #25 of 46
A 640 with GDDR5 Memory? No thanks.

Edit: re-read the 1st post. I was wrong.
    
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post #26 of 46
those who think Nvidia crappy 550ti is on par with 7770

think again & if Nvidia do not have a 7770 competitor @ the same price, I will be going AMD.

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post #27 of 46
Yep, exactly as I had thought. Logically speaking, this GPU should easily match a 570. They DID say that Kepler was the largest boost in performance since the GeForce 8 series. tongue.gif Guess we're seeing it.
     
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post #28 of 46
This is the $199 card. It will hardly beat a HD7850. I'm expecting slightly faster than a 560Ti.

The 660 (non-Ti) will cost $249, be close to a stock HD7850, and be a bad overclocker.
post #29 of 46
960 CUDA's? Holy ****. The only thing that'll hold this card back is that 192 bit bus and if it's a bad overclocker like other 600 series cards.

550Ti - 192 CUDA's

560Ti - 384

570 - 480

580 - 512

650Ti - 960

590 - 1024

670/660Ti - 1344

680 - 1536

690 - 3072
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post #30 of 46
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960 CUDA's? Holy ****. The only thing that'll hold this card back is that 192 bit bus and if it's a bad overclocker like other 600 series cards.
550Ti - 192 CUDA's
560Ti - 384
570 - 480
580 - 512
650Ti - 960
590 - 1024
670/660Ti - 1344
680 - 1536
690 - 3072

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You know Fermi vs Kepler CUDA counts cannot be compared right?
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