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[VC] NVIDIA working on GTX 770 TI with 1920 CUDA cores?

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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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