[WCCF]Leaked NVIDIA “Next Generation Performance” Slide Pits Upcoming Flagship GK-100 “Kepler” based GeForce GTX 780 Against GTX 580 - Page 6 - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community

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[WCCF]Leaked NVIDIA “Next Generation Performance” Slide Pits Upcoming Flagship GK-100 “Kepler” based GeForce GTX 780 Against GTX 580

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post #51 of 252 (permalink) Old 12-16-2011, 12:12 AM
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So, no GTX 680 then?


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That slide to me seems highly exaggerated. I can understand that kepler will be faster, but by such a large margin it seems a bit far fetched.

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The way I see it is this. No company has been accurate with their slides, that is both Nvidia and AMD/ATi.. Also the quality of the slide doesn't scream Nvidia, also I don't even think that it's their Green either.

Not to be brandished as an AMD/ATi fan, I view both companies as potentials when it comes to upgrades, but I do align myself with AMD more than Nvidia.
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Lol these slides are probably fake. Just released because Nvidia want to steal some of ATI's thunder and have nothing ready. But ATI's are probably fake also lol, everyone lying.

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Looks OK I guess, but if it doesn't double 580 performance than it's a huge betrayal by Nvidia.

Also, where's the Crysis 3 and Batman: Arkham County benchmarks?

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Fake slide. Some troll probably made this to get some laughs

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The slide shows that Nvidia will brand the Kepler based GPU’s as Geforce 700 Series instead of Geforce 600 Series and pits the upcoming 28nm GK-100 based GTX 780 Flagship card against the current gen flagship GTX 580 GPU.

So this means no 600 series? headscratch.gif

I guess they wanted the first number to start with a 7 just like AMD. Marketing gimmick.

6 Series will probably be OEM, just like 3 was used for OEM and 4 was used for retail.

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Who cares? 90% of games run at 60+ FPS maxed on GTX400/HD5000 level hardware anyway. Heck even GTX200/HD4000 is still pretty darn good.
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Man a pair of gtx 760s are going to be leet if this graph is any indication of the 780s, but none of this really matters in the slightest if developers don't start making games that will push the cards....all this ammo and nothing to shoot at..

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If this is legit, I may be going NVidia next gen as LONG AS THEY ALLOW NVIDIA SURROUND ON ONE CARD.

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