Tuesday, March 13th 2012

New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 Pictures Hit The Web

Courtesy of ChipHell we now have a couple of fresh pictures of NVIDIA's first Kepler-powered graphics card, the GeForce (or should we write' GeFORCE') GTX 680. Shot both from above and the back, the incoming card has a black PCB, a dual-slot/single-fan cooler, two (stacked) 6-pin PCIe power plugs, a couple of SLI connectors, and four display outputs - dual DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort.

The GTX 680 is equipped with one GK104 28 nm GPU, and reportedly boasts 1536 CUDA Cores, a 256-bit memory interface, 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM (4 GB models should also be in the works), PCI-Express 3.0, and a TDP of around 190 W. The GeForce GTX 680 is expected to be launched next week, on March 22nd. Its rumored price tag is $549.

Source: ChipHell
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INSTG8R said:
Yeah that was the first thing I caught too. There is no change at all in the AMD numbers with different settings yet the NV numbers are up and down. Makes no sense at all and is obviously BS.

WTH is hell is up with this proposed pricing for this "supposed" mid/mainstream card? So when the GK100 or whatever it ends up as which is supposed to be the "enthusiast" card comes out are we talking $700-800 price tag? Something stinks here...:shadedshu
You aren't reading the graph correctly. The AMD figures for 7970 are a baseline for each individual game. The nvidia bars show how much more or less performance it has versus the 7970. Same with the 7950.
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