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I wonder how this 710 compares to a mobile GPU... hmm. Seems like if it only draws ~19 watts, it should be a mobile chip...heck most Nvidia mobile chips draw more power than that...
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i wonder who buys these stuff
This is very useful for these types of computers: NVIDIA GEFORCE 6150 SE
where the cpu and video can't even 1080p game. Slap in a card w/half height bracket and wow literally for xmas.
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I can't wait to see some 6700k/32GB 2133MHz DDR4/GT 710 GAMING BUILDS pop up on some of the more popular message boards.


THIS is basically every single "gaming build" PC stores tend to sell near me biggrin.gif

Highest end CPU available on a mainstream chipset(always K variant of CPU),
Much higher than necessary RAM,
Cheapest board that will run processor at stock(Never Z series board),
1-5 1tb mech drives,
Case with the most lights they can find,
Housefire PSU,
And then the cheapest GPU possible.

No SSD,
No overclocking ability due to the non Z board and stock cooler,
On board graphics is usually on par or better than discreet card used,
Cheap no name PSU is likely to burn you alive while you sleep.....

$4000-$5000 price tag, big sign over it reading "TOP GAMING PC" or the likes lol

"look at all those lights bro!, that things the best!"
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This is very useful for these types of computers: NVIDIA GEFORCE 6150 SE
where the cpu and video can't even 1080p game. Slap in a card w/half height bracket and wow literally for xmas.

Pc mustard face!
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Why would Nvidia make a new die based on Kepler? That doesnt make any real sense since if they are designing a small die, Maxwell is better for that and they save money on heatsinks since it would run cooler. Perhaps Maxwell simply cannot be made with a DDR3 interface for whatever reason? There has to be some unknown limitation why Nvidia didnt make it with Maxwell...
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Why would Nvidia make a new die based on Kepler? That doesnt make any real sense since if they are designing a small die, Maxwell is better for that and they save money on heatsinks since it would run cooler. Perhaps Maxwell simply cannot be made with a DDR3 interface for whatever reason? There has to be some unknown limitation why Nvidia didnt make it with Maxwell...

Looks like they didn't: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/1990/geforce-gt-710.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_700_series#GeForce_700_.287xx.29_series It's using GK208 which has been around for almost 2 years. No need to reinvent the wheel.
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When I travel, I have my Macbook (w/ Retina) 13" with the Intel Iris 1536MB iGPU. It plays Final Fantasy XIV on low settings at a relatively consistent 30fps. For an MMO that has a reasonably advanced engine, that's pretty good to run daily quests and a some dungeons here and there.

I have to hand it to Intel that they're doing a great job in this dept. I wouldn't use an iGPU on my main rig (or I wouldn't be on this website), but for portability, it's great. So this 710 doesn't make a tremendous amount of sense considering it's a desktop solution.
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Looks like they didn't: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/1990/geforce-gt-710.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_700_series#GeForce_700_.287xx.29_series It's using GK208 which has been around for almost 2 years. No need to reinvent the wheel.

So Im confused. Did the GT 710 launch in 2014 or did it just launch? Why does TPU have it in their database from back then and the OP article say the card just launched? Could it be two different cards with the same model name like the GTX 750 was with both an older Kepler model and a newer Maxwell model?
Also, something on Wikipedia is wrong. It has the GK208-301 die listed as 87mm2 for the 710 and 79mm2 for the 730 64-bit...
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So Im confused. Did the GT 710 launch in 2014 or did it just launch? Why does TPU have it in their database from back then and the OP article say the card just launched? Could it be two different cards with the same model name like the GTX 750 was with both an older Kepler model and a newer Maxwell model?
Also, something on Wikipedia is wrong. It has the GK208-301 die listed as 87mm2 for the 710 and 79mm2 for the 730 64-bit...

I noticed that as well. I think TPU is wrong on the launch date and Wikipedia is wrong on the differing die sizes.
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Why would Nvidia make a new die based on Kepler? That doesnt make any real sense since if they are designing a small die, Maxwell is better for that and they save money on heatsinks since it would run cooler. Perhaps Maxwell simply cannot be made with a DDR3 interface for whatever reason? There has to be some unknown limitation why Nvidia didnt make it with Maxwell...

theres one thing i'd like to note, maxwell seems to only have GM107 on the lowest end, and GM107-300-A2 (384:24:16 GTX 745) being their smallest configuration.
where as from what the kepler GT710 lists as, its a GK208 which is one tier lower than GK207, and GK208-301-A1 (192:16:8 GT 710) being their smallest configuration.
also, take note that theres two variants of GT 710, one is an OEM, and one is the recently released "10X FASTER THAN MOST IGP!!".

maybe if they have a GM108 or GM208 then GT710 would have been maxwell based, or on the other hand they're reserving maxwell for GT910~GT940.
since GTX750 and GTX750Ti is based off GM107, its quite likely that GT940 and GT930 will be a rebrand of those two, where GT920 and GT910 may be a one tier lower maxwell die.
Edited by epic1337 - 1/27/16 at 7:32am
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