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wth is up with all these NV code names... I mean really now hmmsmiley02.gif

I think they're making more and more sense with time

GK stands for Kepler architecture as GF stood for Fermi and GT for Tesla (and thus we can infer Maxwell codes will start GM), so its actually easier to tell whats in the GPU from the code name than the actual product number (for instance, many the really low end GeForce GT 600 cards are using GF108 and 119 GPUs...)

then there's the number designation, where in the short time we've had them they've denoted class of GPU

100
104
106
etc

where the ones column represents pecking order (ie 104 > 106), the tens column has come to represent a revision (ie 114 newer version of 104), but they haven't done much with the hundreds place so far, so it'll be interesting to see what this might mean as they finally start to get some more concrete structure to their codes tongue.gif

My guess is this is just a low power OEM product and nothing to get excited about
Edited by bojinglebells - 11/8/12 at 2:03am
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I think if it has 384-bit and 48 ROPs we are easily looking into 25+% in shader intensive games, and 35+% in bandwidth limited games such as Crysis 1 Series and Metro 2033.
Holy ffffffff---ok stop getting me hyped please tongue.gif
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The GK208 is reportedly the same GPU the fused on the Quad chip VGX K1 Cloud Unit. Its a low-end chip with 192 Cuda cores. Nothing is known about the high end parts.

The GK208 is the successor to GF-119. The card based on it would be known as the GT 720.
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So wait, we're going to have 3 high-end variants of 700 series, the 110, 114, and 204? What the hell is this? Are they delaying Maxwell till 2016???? Are they releasing a new high end Kepler refresh every 6 months?
What is this garbage???? mad.gif
I'm seriously considering the move to AMD. They release a high end single-gpu X970 series card and they call it a day, they don't waste people's time with this garbage.

False, not three variants of Kepler but only one. Those are three possibilities of the codenames NVIDIA could use with the Kepler refresh.

GK104 would be replaced by either GK114, GK110 or GK204.

GK106 would be replaced by either GK116 or GK206

GK107 would be replaced by GK117 or GK118.

But as per my first post, GK208 if it ends up on GeForce 700 series would not match the performance of GK107 since its really low end. Hence we wont see a GTX 750 on GK208 but rather GT 720.

NVIDIA's Kepler Refresh is currently planned for Late Q1 - Early Q2 2013. Maxwell has been pushed to 2014 and overclock.net has known that for sometime now.
Edited by Hms1193 - 11/8/12 at 3:51am
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nvidia to consumer: we're going to continue to milk the same cow and keep charging you for fresher milk.
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So wait, we're going to have 3 high-end variants of 700 series, the 110, 114, and 204? What the hell is this? Are they delaying Maxwell till 2016???? Are they releasing a new high end Kepler refresh every 6 months?

What is this garbage???? mad.gif

I'm seriously considering the move to AMD. They release a high end single-gpu X970 series card and they call it a day, they don't waste people's time with this garbage.

Ghz.




But really, I do hope nVidia gets one out in the next few months. I do not want another multi-month price gouge from AMD, even if they do need it and kinda deserve it for getting out the door months earlier. I just want an affordable 8970, and for that to happen, nVidia needs to get in gear.
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Ghz.

I knew someone would bring the Ghz Edition as a counter but it's a revision of the same model. If Nvidia released a GTX 780, then a GTX 785 6 months after that then that would piss off a lot more people than just upping the core a hundred or so Mhz and calling it the Ghz Edition.
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Ghz.

I knew someone would bring the Ghz Edition as a counter but it's a revision of the same model. If Nvidia released a GTX 780, then a GTX 785 6 months after that then that would piss off a lot more people than just upping the core a hundred or so Mhz and calling it the Ghz Edition.

It's also a fairly isolated event I guess.
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It's also a fairly isolated event I guess.

Yeah, I don't recall it happening much. AMD just realized they would be a lot more competitive if they bumped it up a few notches since the 7970 has a lot of OCìng headroom.
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False, not three variants of Kepler but only one. Those are three impossibles of the codenames NVIDIA could use with the Kepler refresh.
GK104 would be replaced by either GK114, GK110 or GK204.
GK106 would be replaced by either GK116 or GK206
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NVIDIA's Kepler Refresh is currently planned for Late Q1 - Early Q2 2013. Maxwell has been pushed to 2014 and overclock.net has known that for sometime now.

Thanks for bringing this up btw. I read it as 3 different releases of the high-end Kepler refresh.
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