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A 2496 core GK110 will always be less efficient than 2688 core Gk110.
So current rumored 780 will be much more leaky than Titan.

For gtx780 and 770 Nvidia fans should be demanding a brand new lean chip with say 1936 cores or so.... and not a bogged down gk110.

It will have to be 1900 cores or so for it to be between $549-$699. Along with 3GB of ram & a 320 bit bus....

Anything higher than that, they'll charge more than what people are willing to spend.

2400+ cores puts it too far away from 770 & too close to a Titan....
 
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cool pic of the refreshed 680
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As for me, I'm just going to wait for the amd driver and see what it does for crossfire. If everything turn out well, I'll just go triple 7950 with sexy water block on all them. if not, then it's time to look the other way.
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Did He broke the PCI-E connector??
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It will have to be 1900 cores or so for it to be between $549-$699. Along with 3GB of ram & a 320 bit bus....

Anything higher than that, they'll charge more than what people are willing to spend.

2400+ cores puts it too far away from 770 & too close to a Titan....
They don't have such a chip so they would have to lock the heck out of gk110 or come out with a chip they haven't used yet, a refreshed kepler based arch.
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Did He broke the PCI-E connector??
There is some junk on the hook but the hook is there so no.
Also there are no traces in that part of the pcb so who cares you can actually cut it of and I did multiple times.
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you can actually cut it of and I did multiple times.
Like a Boss!
Just cut off all redundant parts!
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Size is exactly same as Titan's shroud. Which probably means same PCB too.
Chance gtx770 has a gk110?
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