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Originally Posted by danielkim624 View Post

At least NVIDIA released gk 110!
Which is technologically, for the most part (only more floating point calc for CUDA software, and that only for the highest end model), a duplication of features from their last 28nm chip as I implied in the OP. Even the die is just doubled. It's almost like 'internal SLI' rolleyes.gif .

It's almost like they don't even care to change something drastically unless the process shrinks (i.e. to 20nm for the next iteration). Though it makes sense, they probably already have a good idea of what is optimal given a certain process node.
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