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5GB vram still seems to be a bit much especially for a "LE" variant. Make it with 3 or 4GB at a reasonable price and I'll buy it.
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It will probably be ~15% faster than a 7970GE for $800.
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5GB vram still seems to be a bit much especially for a "LE" variant. Make it with 3 or 4GB at a reasonable price and I'll buy it.

Based on the bus width the only reasonable VRAM amounts are 2.5GB and 5GB. 320/64 = 5.
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Based on the bus width the only reasonable VRAM amounts are 2.5GB and 5GB. 320/64 = 5.

That didn't stop Nvidia from putting 2GB of Vram on 650Ti Boost/660/660Ti's 192 bit Bus.
Edited by sherlock - 4/4/13 at 2:43pm
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and since the GTX 660 Ti and the GTX 670 are the same specs except for the 256-bit to 192-bit bus
it shows just how much the performance increase is of the wider bus when comparing the two.
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That didn't stop Nvidia from putting 2GB of Vram on 650Ti Boost/660/660Ti's 192 bit Bus.

Reasonable. I didn't exclude the possibility that they could do a 650/660 to it, but that asymmetry really rustles my jimmies.
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post #97 of 254
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That didn't stop Nvidia from putting 2GB of Vram on 650Ti Boost/660/660Ti's 192 bit Bus.

It's less practical with higher performance parts, and less justifiable with higher cost parts.

Knocking 20 or 30 dollars off the price of a 700 dollar part doesn't make much sense if it could introduce performance anomalies.
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and since the GTX 660 Ti and the GTX 670 are the same specs except for the 256-bit to 192-bit bus
it shows just how much the performance increase is of the wider bus when comparing the two.

15% +/-
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and since the GTX 660 Ti and the GTX 670 are the same specs except for the 256-bit to 192-bit bus
it shows just how much the performance increase is of the wider bus when comparing the two.

The 670 also has 8 more ROP's. wink.gif
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The real difference between the two is on the render operation and memory bandwidth side of things, where the loss of the ROP/L2/Memory cluster means that GTX 660 Ti surrenders a full 25% of its render performance and its memory bandwidth.
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I am still hoping for the GTX 780, a perfected version of the 680 kinda like 480 to 580. But the Titan is a Unlocked Kepler in the same sense that the 580 was a Unlocked Fermi, so idk what Nvidia has in mind...

Guess i will keep my 580 till the Titan hits the $400 mark or less OR just go 580 SLI...<<<<That's my thoughts on all this, it's a safe bet thumb.gif
 
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