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GPU architecture differences and drivers are where you would see image quality differences.

A GTX650 and GTX680 will most likely render a game image the same given the same settings. (Of course, FPS would probably be different.)

Ok, so speaking about GPU arhitecture, GTX650 has a GK1xx chip while GTX680 has a GK 1xy chip, doesn't that mean a difference in arhitecture, better image on the GTX680, or the difference is negligible as they are the same generation and the arhictecture is mostly the same ?

Sorry to insist on this , but i want it to be clear in my head, as i'm trying to figure out what card i will need for the games i play, and if the image is mostly the same it would be great.

For example:


If an image looks like this on a GTX680, then it will look mostly the same on a GTX650, the colors won't be washed out or there will be less detail in the image or something else evident between the two ?
Edited by andre02 - 7/9/13 at 11:58am
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i just did a quick test.
i unplugged my monitor from the 570 i have to my 550ti that is my physX card and the picture you just posted looked EXACTLY the same.


does that help?
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i just did a quick test.
i unplugged my monitor from the 570 i have to my 550ti that is my physX card and the picture you just posted looked EXACTLY the same.


does that help?

It would because it's just an image.
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It would because it's just an image.

ahhh and i guess because its 2D(?)

tbh, when it comes to tessellation, ROPs, ect. i am pretty lost exactly how it all works and can pretty much get baffled by some discussions.
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i just did a quick test.
i unplugged my monitor from the 570 i have to my 550ti that is my physX card and the picture you just posted looked EXACTLY the same.


does that help?

I meant if it looks the same in the game, thanks for trying though.

Still looking for an opinion, if someone knows for sure.
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