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Dont understand why there doing a refresh of the GTX600 series, its nothing like the refresh of the GTX 480 series just going to add more confusion

Because NVIDIA can make incremental improvements on existing Kepler designs?

Also note that Maxwell is at least a year away and consumers expect new models (for a given value of "new") on a roughly annual basis, regardless of how long chip architecture cycles take.
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Because NVIDIA can make incremental improvements on existing Kepler designs?
you ment incremental improvements in prices smile.gif
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Dont understand why there doing a refresh of the GTX600 series, its nothing like the refresh of the GTX 480 series just going to add more confusion
confusion for who, you.?
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confusion for who, you.?
Yes for him
It has always been this way they just do it a little different than Intel does it.
They do New arch + process shrink(tick and tock) then they do improved arch (tick)
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From the Fudzilla article "These dates(may 23-27) are valid for the top tier one customers" Does anyone know what they mean by top tier customers? Are they the once who don't bother with anything else all day, besides sitting near the computer waiting to order or the people with some sort of a privilege(ex: Owners of Nvidia review sites).

Thank you.

I was wondering the exact same thing.
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I was wondering the exact same thing.

i hope is not August when i am able to purchase one...i might go a different route!
    
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I was wondering the exact same thing.
Top tier as
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http://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/55237-can-nvidia-gtx-680-bios-flashed-gtx-770/

If 770 is not around 350-400 bucks, I'll be going for an ATI card. Gtx 680 is what a year or 2 old graphics card? So why do they think they can rob the consumer if this is not price at 350-400 bucks? It's not like we don't have a second option and can't just buy a 7970 for 400 bucks. This article is claiming Nvidia is going to overprice the gtx 770.
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who has 670/680 should skip the 7xx and wait for next gen, its just small performance increase over old gen at least thats what she sad biggrin.gif
    
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i hope is not August when i am able to purchase one...i might go a different route!

I am running a hd4000 right now I need a route soon this thing is torture lol.
Got rid of my other GPU in hopes for the 780.
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