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GTX 670 3DMark11 apparently

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Crap Daddy, May 4, 2012.

  1. Crap Daddy

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    Here it is from PCinlife:

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    and the PCB:

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    What about 2560x1600
     
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    so at $399 this will kill the hd7950 as long as those are accurate.
     
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    Yay another price drop on the 7000 series :D
    ... Or so I hope at least.
    So when is Nvidia going to come out with their not-sucks-at-computing GPU?
     
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    well, the nVidia card will be slower, but will consume less power also..

    but HD7950 will be the card in tha trange.. well, just need some price drop, I want an HD7950 at 340$ :respect:
     
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    if its real then I don't know how nvidia could make such a tiny fast card, AMD is gonna need some help . . . . . .
     
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    Wow, a GTX 670 crammed on a PCB that's practically the size of a GT 440?
     
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    saw it as well, its literally "Giant Killing" for video cards lol
     
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    yeah, 2 posts up lol
     
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    Tweaktown doesnt use BF3 which is puzzling since it is one of the most popular games
     
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    Right, but you get the picture. Since NV cards do better with BF3 I expect the GTX670 to be even slightly better than the 7970.
     
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    Sad day for AMD when a midrange card is taking on your flagship
     
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    looks like nvidia is back in the game:p
     
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    I wouldn't call it midrange at $400, that's still high end in my book.
     
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    the GK104 gpu in the GTX680/GTX670 was suppose to be mid-range(GTX660/650). GK110, which is schedualed for release in August, is what was orginally meant to be the next GTX680.
     
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    The board can be that small, but with that comes a small power circuit, which might mean the reference card won't overclock high (or at all).
    As for performance...need more reviews.
    Yeah, thanks to that, I think I can predict rebrands in the foreseeable future.
     
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    What gives you that idea ? Would Nvidia release a GK110 negating their 6xx series in less than 4 months, 2 months if your count the complete GK104 roll out. Thats business suicide.

    Not saying there isnt a GK110 in the works but from a business stand point they will take a greater hit much like the Tegra 3 and halt of last gen GPU had an impact on their stock oddly enough when they recorded a profit. No-one wants to be holding their last gen inventory if it wont be selling in a 3-2 month window.

    Here is a crazy thought. What if they are just using a single SKU for the entire 600 line this time around.

    400 series flagship sku GF100
    -465
    -470
    -480

    500 series flagship sku GF110
    -560 Ti OEM
    -560 TI 448
    -570
    -580
    -590

    ^ Looks like they were headed into consolidating a single SKU for the entire line as far back as 2 generations ago.

    Maybe they just decided it was easier to concentrate on 1 chip design instead of 2 each go around. The GK110 rumors of being the big guy might of been a response to Sea Islands being shown last year on AMDs roadmaps. Nvidia might not have wanted to look empty handed to investors.

    Just something to think about.
     
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    I knew that but due to AMD not raising the bar high enough it was repurposed to the high end price bracket. I don't know about anybody else but this whole round of new products feels like a big old money grab to me.

    I haven't seen anything in my price range that makes me want to ditch my current card. $400-$500 for a graphics card is a lot of cheddar! If I could get a decent performance boost for around $300 I might have to reconsider.
     
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    That's a very interesting take on things. I think if they do have another card coming in a few months they will target the later seasons (late fall and Winter) in order to capitalize on holiday shoppers.
     
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    Your mistaken on the GPUs used in the different model cards. I didn't go back and check on the GTX400 cards, but according to TPU's review of the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores 1280 MB card, the OEM GTX560 Ti is a GK114 GPU. GF110 is used in the GTX560 Ti 448, GTX570, GTX580, and GTX590

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Zotac/GeForce_GTX_560_Ti_448_Cores/

    I think/hope Nvidia will release GK110 as the GTX685.
     
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    Had a feeling, nvidia was going to gather it's resources and slap the bejebuss out of amd.. I think it just happened, with the 6 series.. I hope amd responds in kind. :)
    I <3 price wars.. and I just paid 600 friggin bucks for a 680.. so yea.. I reeaallly <3 price wars..
     

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