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FUDzilla says 760ti this month. 760 non-ti in Q3, probably. Not sure.
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super lame as hell, what is the long wait for- just to force impatient people to buy more expensive models? We already know you have the crap done and made, waiting in boxes ready to go. probably just rebadging left over 670s. rolleyes.gif
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super lame as hell, what is the long wait for- just to force impatient people to buy more expensive models? We already know you have the crap done and made, waiting in boxes ready to go. probably just rebadging left over 670s. rolleyes.gif

If that was their plan, then why the back-to-back launches of the 780 and 770 within the space of a week?

In contrast, there was a gap of 1.5 months between the 680 and 670, and another 3 months between the 670 and 660 Ti. Since they were all GK104-based GPUs, I doubt that technical reasons were behind the entirety of that 3-month delay...
Edited by svenge - 6/4/13 at 8:40pm
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well the sooner the better. Some guy is going around all the forums saying June 8th but has no evidence to support that claim. Strange considering the 770/780 were both on thursday.
The original rumor was that it would launch during computex which is between right now and the 8th.
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well the sooner the better. Some guy is going around all the forums saying June 8th but has no evidence to support that claim. Strange considering the 770/780 were both on thursday.
The original rumor was that it would launch during computex which is between right now and the 8th.
depending on price then just get a GTX 670 OC now, why wait for basically the same card.?
Edited by malmental - 6/5/13 at 4:25am
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The cheapest 670 currently available is ASUS' reference-clocked DirectCU II model GTX670-DC2-2GD5 for $330 after $20 MIR @ NCIX US.

While that's not a bad price, I'm almost completely certain that the GTX 760 Ti will come in with a $299 MSRP so take that into consideration.
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I asked this on another thread, is the 760 Ti gonna be 192 or 256-bit interfaced.?
if 192-bit then performance wise it will not catch the 670.

same thing:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/1984/geforce-gtx-760-ti.html
Edited by malmental - 6/5/13 at 4:36am
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I asked this on another thread, is the 760 Ti gonna be 192 or 256-bit interfaced.?
if 192-bit then performance wise it will not catch the 670.

same thing:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/1984/geforce-gtx-760-ti.html

Pretty sure 760 Ti is going to be 670 rebranded. Just like 770 is 680 rebranded.
So to answer your question, I think it would be 256-bit memory bus.

760 non-Ti would then be the 660 Ti and be 192-bit...
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I asked this on another thread, is the 760 Ti gonna be 192 or 256-bit interfaced.?
if 192-bit then performance wise it will not catch the 670.

same thing:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/1984/geforce-gtx-760-ti.html

Pretty sure 760 Ti is going to be 670 rebranded. Just like 770 is 680 rebranded.
So to answer your question, I think it would be 256-bit memory bus.

760 non-Ti would then be the 660 Ti and be 192-bit...
yep, I found the info and your right.
I'm still glad I SLi'd my N670GTX PE 2GD5/OC's before all this happened, that unit doesn't need upgrading.
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http://videocardz.com/42587/nvidia-geforce-gtx-760-pictured-arriving-next-week
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