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The R9 290 series will compete with GTX 780 and GTX 770. The R9 290X might be faster than 780 in selected titles, whereas the 290 non-X shouldn’t have any problem in beating the old Kepler GK104-based GTX 770. For that reason NVIDIA could be working on a new GPU equipped with a crippled GK110 processor. Actually this could be a forgotten GK114. Some sites, like SemiAccurate, claim that this GPU was canceled, but that’s not the point here, it could either be yet another GK110 or a completely new GK11x GPU. The 384-bit bus might suggest though that we are looking at yet another GK110 derivative.

According to Chinese website Enet, NVIDIA already has a sample of a new card. In fact the same website even posted a GPU-Z screenshot suggesting that the new card could be released pretty soon.

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Wait to see how well Mantal and Maxwell playout before upgrading...
    
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Would be nice to know what is the distribution of GK110 cores out of the foundry:

i.e.

2880 Cores or 15/15 SMX passing QC = Quadro K6000 = X%
2688 Cores or 14/15 SMX passing QC = Tesla K20X/ GTX Titan = Y%
2496 Cores or 13/15 SMX passing QC = Tesla K20 = Z%
2304 Cores or 12/15 SMX passing QC = GTX 780 = W%
1902 Cores or 10/15 SMX passing QC = GTX 770Ti or whatever = Q%

interesting to get a grip on how difficult is to have a 7.2Bil transistor count on a single chip (outside of Intel!). rolleyes.gif
For sure they will have quite a few 780/770Ti chips for every K6000 or Titan capable one biggrin.gif
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I called it a week ago when i said the 290 will go against the 770 Ti with 19xx shaders.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1427222/vc-amd-hawaii-is-30-smaller-than-kepler-gk110/210#post_20816140

and

http://www.overclock.net/t/1429260/yt-amd-gpu14-product-showcase-livestream/320#post_20865902

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Edited by Stay Puft - 9/30/13 at 10:39am
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Since this would most likely be just another cut down GK110 it should OC extremely well smile.gif
 
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Since this would most likely be just another cut down GK110 it should OC extremely well smile.gif
And then people will bash GTX 780 for being overpriced like current GTX 780 owners did to GTX TITAN. tongue.gif
    
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I feel bad for 770 owners. So this would be at about the 500ish price range if true. Would make sense to close the gap between the 770 and 780
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[VC] Meet The GK110 GTX 770Ti

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780i, aka GeForce GTX 770 Ti
Yes, this is how the website actually named it. It looks weird and I’m pretty sure this is not the final name for it. Anyway, this is not the most important bit of information here. The GTX 780i would be using GK110/GK114 GPU with 1920 CUDAs. In comparison to other GK110-based models it also lost some texture units, resulting in 160 total TMUs. The number of ROP units did not change and remains at 48. If this rumor is even true then I find it very interesting, apparently the slower Hawaii — R9 290 — will also use the same number of ROPs, just as 290X. For that reason NVIDIA would launch a card with the same number of ROPs as GTX 780. At least this explains which card is NVIDIA targeting here.





The card might be identical(shape/material/form) to it`s bothers.

Estimated price: 450-500$ with the latter being more truthful.

Preface: Back in a day, in GTX 780 pre release time I was sure there is gonna be an original cards` branch. Meanwhile everyone refused to believe me in 770 to utilize GK110, I stayed true to my prediction. And here we have it, our dear, a true GTX 770! We missed you, brother!

Pre order of R9 290X pre canceled. Damn, Nvidia, I hate you rolleyes.gif


http://videocardz.com/46200/nvidia-working-geforce-gtx-770-ti-1920-cuda-cores
Edited by Regent Square - 9/30/13 at 11:07am
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Is this chip basically a GK110 GTX 465/HD 5830?

Like, a huge part of the die is outright disabled and led to a part that did work, but wasn't as power efficient as a part that has no part of its die disabled within the same TDP.


Just how much can you salvage a GK110 die? It's going to be ridiculous if there's a 9 SMX enabled GK110 with 1728 cores, but that's cutting too close to GTX 680/770 territory.
     
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Depending on the price, it could be a very interesting counter blow to the limited production AMD cards. I mean you can get a full on GTX 770 new for between $400 and $450, so the Ti version would have to be in the $350ish range to be competitive ... and a GK110 at that price, would be a heck of a thing, especially with the right cooler and if it had the overclockability of it's GK110 "big brothers" (the 780 and Titan).
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