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There's been a lot of rumors and speculation (on top of the entry in GPU-Z's changelog) about NVIDIA introducing a card to fit in the chasm between the 650 Ti and 660, especially with AMD's 7790 coming out.

Hopefully it will be capable of 1080p gaming at decent-quality settings, because $229 is still a pretty high bar for mainstream customers to clear...

EDIT: 500th post, woot!
Edited by svenge - 3/20/13 at 1:22pm
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I noticed the K4000, K2000, and K600 in their GPu database before it launched.
However to really confirm anything you should check their Linux driver list
Maybe it's the second GTX 650 Ti: http://us.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86_64/310.40/README/supportedchips.html
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 0x11C3 D
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 0x11C6 D

However there's two GXT 660s on that list as well
GeForce GTX 660 0x1185 D
GeForce GTX 660 0x11C0 D

When the HD 7870XT is going for ~$210-240.... it's hard for NVIDIA to put out anything for gamers that can compete pricepoint-wise
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I noticed the K4000, K2000, and K600 in their GPu database before it launched.
However to really confirm anything you should check their Linux driver list
Maybe it's the second GTX 650 Ti: http://us.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86_64/310.40/README/supportedchips.html
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 0x11C3 D
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 0x11C6 D

However there's two GXT 660s on that list as well
GeForce GTX 660 0x1185 D
GeForce GTX 660 0x11C0 D

There are 2 markedly different GTX 660 models: the normal retail one based on GK106, and the earlier "OEM version" that's based on the GK104.

Of course that's not enough to conclusively prove that there's a second GTX 650 Ti model, but that is certainly interesting.
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