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It won't have an adjustable voltage, so I wouldn't doubt if they cheap-out on the VRMs.
Neither did GTX 690, and they build it pretty well. I recall them saying that they would stop cheaping out on high-end cards.
Besides, there is a slight chance that it may be voltage unlocked. smile.gif

Well, that's good about the not using cheap parts anymore smile.gif. I don't have any experience whatsoever with 690s so I don't know how much of an OC you can get before throttling becomes an issue, but, what about the temps though? If they set a low throttle-temp like 70C again, then keeping this thing below that on the stock cooler might not be so easy, let alone with any type of voltage increase (which I seriously doubt we'll be able to do with software anyways).
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Wow, I don't check this thread in a few days, come back, and a LOT has been added lol.

Anyway, it seems that some new rumors are inline with my analysis. I think someone on this thread already posted a rumored performance benchmark score for the new card. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of information to add at the moment and I'm very busy with work. But it's nice to see that people are interested in this thread! smile.gif
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One thing I haven't seen anyone mention, is according to the old Telsa article over at AT, is that it has a much larger and advanced scheduler / control logic compared to consumer Kepler. So that's an unknown performance variable, maybe it helps gaming or maybe it only helps compute workloads, etc.
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I see a lot of speculation about the price wich may go up to $900. Why would this price be justified based on the specs we know by now?
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Is this for real? where did you find it?
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First point why is it in an x8 slot instead of and x16 slot.
Second why is the die size only 502mm^2 for a card that should be 550mm^2 as they didn't take the gpgpu parts of the die away.
And third why is it named gtx780 since the titan should not be part of the gtx7xx line up.

If only this was real that performance drool.gif
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Is this for real? where did you find it?
It's not, because GPU-Z obviously does not know GTX 780 yet.
It relies on a database for this data, and GTX 780 is unlikely to get there before the release.

I'd say any source that cannot provide a photo of the card is a fake.
Edited by zalbard - 2/3/13 at 12:20pm
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It's not, because GPU-Z obviously does not know GTX 780 yet.
It relies on a database for this data, and GTX 780 is unlikely to get there before the release.

I'd say any source that cannot provide a photo of the card is a fake.

GPU-Z does use a database, that's correct, however, I've seen many instances where the model number was still right, even if the rest of the data was absent due to the needed row not yet being in the database for that model. IOW, there's certain things on the front page of GPU-Z that come from the card bios, and then most of the rest of the specs comes from it's database (or from the driver, such as the clockspeeds). That shot looks much like I'd expect GPU-Z to look like if you slapped a GTX780 in your machine and fired it up.

I'm not saying that it's necessarily 'real', just saying we can't rule it out solely based on the grounds you're speaking of thumb.gif
    
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GPU-Z does use a database, that's correct, however, I've seen many instances where the model number was still right, even if the rest of the data was absent due to the needed row not yet being in the database for that model. IOW, there's certain things on the front page of GPU-Z that come from the card bios, and then most of the rest of the specs comes from it's database (or from the driver, such as the clockspeeds). That shot looks much like I'd expect GPU-Z to look like if you slapped a GTX780 in your machine and fired it up.

I'm not saying that it's necessarily 'real', just saying we can't rule it out solely based on the grounds you're speaking of thumb.gif
Die size and transistor count are a part of the database.
Device ID could be read, for example, yes. But most of the stuff would be absent.
It is 100% fake.

For an unknown device with a working driver, it could look similar to this:


Edited by zalbard - 2/3/13 at 12:53pm
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