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post #101 of 360
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Forgot the source smile.gif

Very interested in this! I've been holding off the HD7970 and GTX680 just for something like this.

 

Keep doing that, you'll never find a card. =P

 
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post #102 of 360
So If the price is $900($1800 SLI) -$700 ( my 680s I hope) It will be $1100 I Will update , now my concern is my 3570k can handle it ?
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post #103 of 360
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Originally Posted by That_guy3 View Post

This is possible. If you look back.


8800GTX was faster than both the 7950GX2 and x1950x Crossfire. biggrin.gif
It was a completely new architecture. We are looking at the same old Kepler, which is a rehashed Fermi...
post #104 of 360
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It was a completely new architecture. We are looking at the same old Kepler, which is a rehashed Fermi...

I seen benches where even 670 with OC surpassed 590, so I wouldn't be that surprised plus Titan have a significant edge over 690 in Vram:




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post #105 of 360
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takemymoneynowimeanrightnow.jpg
I'll take 2 please. biggrin.gif

Maybe I'll crack 120fps in crysis 3 at ultra settings.
That should be, very nice!!!
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post #106 of 360
Don't see it being faster than a 690 but I do see it being pretty badass. I wonder how quickly EK will be able to release blocks for it? biggrin.gif
post #107 of 360
Awesome if true, but $900 way out of my budget frown.gif. Then again I personally would never spend more than $300 for a video card.
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post #108 of 360
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If this is true, makes you wonder just how fast the GTX 780 would be...

The GTX 780 will be slower as it will be an updated GK114 Kepler still made with a 28nm process with a 384-bit memory bus and 3 GB of VRAM. It will replace the GTX 680 still this year and cost about as much.

20nm Maxwell will only be released next year and that will be GTX 800 series.
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If this is true, makes you wonder just how fast the GTX 780 would be...

The question is not if you can make something faster...as far as I am concerned, the GK110 is so big, it is a "fused" GK104...nothing "new"...
Just more modules together, at a lower clock for them to fit the power/TDP limitations.

Cool, they figured out a scalable architecture, so they can scale it up - perhaps indefinitely if they did not have the above. So?

The point is to get faster per watt, or faster per mm2 of wafer etc. The GK110 is not aimed at that. There is no real "innovation" past the 104, it is just "more of the same", as I wrote above. It can be really better only of it is on a much smaller lithography.

Will it be fast? Yes. But the way it does it, is not a step forward, not like the one the GK104 made over the GF110, achieving far more, with far less.

The GK104 is the star of this generation - w/e fails to see that and prefers to trade the tree for the forest - be my guest.
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The question is not if you can make something faster...as far as I am concerned, the GK110 is so big, it is a "fused" GK104...nothing "new"...
Just more modules together, at a lower clock for them to fit the power/TDP limitations.

Cool, they figured out a scalable architecture, so they can scale it up - perhaps indefinitely if they did not have the above. So?

The point is to get faster per watt, or faster per mm2 of wafer etc. The GK110 is not aimed at that. There is no real "innovation" past the 104, it is just "more of the same", as I wrote above. It can be really better only of it is on a much smaller lithography.

Will it be fast? Yes. But the way it does it, is not a step forward, not like the one the GK104 made over the GF110, achieving far more, with far less.

The GK104 is the star of this generation - w/e fails to see that and prefers to trade the tree for the forest - be my guest.

Well GTX 780(not Titan) could just use the a GK112/114 chip, slightly larger than GK104 with 10 SMX instead of 8, fix the ROPS and bandwidth up to traditional flagship level( 48 ROPS,384bit ) and have a good 15-20% boost over GK104.
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