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Originally Posted by Arkuatic View Post

AFAIK the 700 series are meant to be a refresh of the Kepler series much like the 500s were of the 400s.

When you say refresh, is that a good thing or a bad thing? Same as the tick tock for Intel CPUs? The 700 series are the tick and the 600 series are the tock?
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According to Nvidias road map, Maxwell should be out next year.

If they are gonna make a Kepler refresh, they should do it soon.. or maybe Maxwell is delayed smile.gif
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When you say refresh, is that a good thing or a bad thing? Same as the tick tock for Intel CPUs? The 700 series are the tick and the 600 series are the tock?
I guess you could put it as a "tick" for the 600 series.
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I guess you could put it as a "tick" for the 600 series.

The terms tick and tock have clear cut literal meanings when used by Intel though that wouldn't translate here. For example for Intel tick's are always die shrinks, and tock's are always new architectures but you can't really say that either of those terms apply to a possible 700 series in that sense. More accurate IMO would be to say that we expect a performance increase in line with the performance increase that an Intel tick brings, which is about 10-20%
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I hope so, I'm waiting for the 780 to be released smile.gif
dont bet on it the MSI GTX580 in sli performs just under the 680 in sli in the 3d mark leader board in some respects a mod fit to an older cold can infact far improve the performance of the older tech in some circumstances such as the above mentioned as it performs better then most the 680`s out there bar few then again i see some very weak performances from sli setups that are hardly above the top performance of a single aftermarket ( Personally Overclocked Card ) * not factory overclocked *

example my brand new Gigabyte GTX 670 OC 2GB can clock at stock as high as 1150 core its meant to be at stock 1058 ( This is for the BOOST ) obv.

i didnt change any settings i loaded the driver that came with the cards software pack as at that time i had i believe only about 200mb of download left on my mobile broadband in Oz its not cheap for mobile broadband and as my situation is i cant use a land line so yeh im stuck with slow speeds and a really bad 3Gb for $50, Oz is so far behind the scenes lol any ways.

my point is some but very few such as some 480`s & 580 models that are very high end and usually no longer available or are out of stock before you even get a chance to try to purchase can be almost as powerful as its newer yet younger brother such as a 680 there are a lot of 670`s out there although mostly aftermarket versions that can equal or better the score of its bigger brother the GTX 680 when the 670 is overclocked and pushed to its limits, the market trend for the past two years from my own observation has been towards the 570 and 670 if not the TI versions of yet again lower cards with higher amount of ram most people out there just cant afford a " Top of the line card " the GPU companies out there must see the trends and lower there prices if they wwant to sell more or there higher end cards i for one will never buy a GTX 690 when two 680`s in SLI will well surpass it in any benchmark and be less in price the only diff is the power saving and admittedly in Australia aka Oz the power bill has become rather extreme rising 200% in as little as 3 years how ever for the eye candy and boost that is well worth the performance i will gladly pay the extra $10 to $25 it will cost to run the extra card in SLI saying this i believe the increase in performance will way out weight the slight extra electricity use the the price diff alone will cover the first years extra bills of running the 2nd card in SLI.

anyways this is just my opinion and from my xp and most of all recent xp wait for the right time to upgrade your GPU if you do it too early you will only be upgrading again within the next year maybe 2 if you in doubt dont be afraid to hold off for a week even two while you research your options and check what may be released with in a reasonable waiting periodi actually regret buying the ref. 570 now even though it done me well if i had waited i could have purchased the best GTX 580 on the market and just got another one now cheaper and still out perform most 600 series cards.
    
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According to Nvidias road map, Maxwell should be out next year.

If they are gonna make a Kepler refresh, they should do it soon.. or maybe Maxwell is delayed smile.gif

I agree people quoting nv releasing the 700s late Q4 doesnt make sense so im guessing march-april around the time the gpu technology conf is about to happen or so
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this is my theroy on why nvidia released the titan. they had to do something with all those tesla chips that didn't bin like they were suppose too. or cores that didnt make it thorugh the fabrication process.
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