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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 03-27-2012, 01:30 AM - Thread Starter
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The core has a the 550mm2 core area, the horror of 60 million transistors, the L2 cache from Fermi 768KB, GK104 of 512KB substantially increased to 2MB-bit wide across the 384bit direct reach to 512bit , said the performance level of at least than GK104 high 50 The GK110 already in March, stream films, the amount of production time should be not far.

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Bigger die can mean better heat transfer.

35211 kb/s | 16622 kb/s
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On paper, if it turns out the 50% performance advantage over GK104 are true, it could possibly compete with AMDs upcoming HD 7990 (~375W) while only pulling between 250-300W and even being a single GPU, that would be amazing.
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The GTX680 has 1536 Cuda cores, not 1636 like in the image.
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Bigger die can mean better heat transfer.

Not at similar heat density.
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The GTX680 has 1536 Cuda cores, not 1636 like in the image.

Yes, that's a typo.

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2304 CUDA cores, 6 billion transistors, 50% moar power than a 680, 4gb vram (or so it was suggested in another article) for 650$?
Uh... COOL. (Yeah, not much of a reaction, but it was really hard expressing myself without using profanity).

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250-300W? Isn't that more than a 580?

I was so happy with power consumption of my 680... but I know ill grab the 685 when it comes out.

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50% more performance for 100$ more?

How incredibly unlikely. If it would be 50% more performance we'd pay at least 50% more gold coins.



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