Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Mar 8, 2012.
MOAR FUD :shadedshu
You can see the real card has a green arc which this mockup doesn't have.
To me it looks more 6 than 5.
You also have to take into account NVIDIA's new "sharp edge" font it's using in the GEFORCE GTX logo.
6 should look like that.
what percentage of improvement over the 580? The usual 10%?
...no more like 30-37%....and that's not the flagship...
just add more contrast and brightness..
With all the talk of 680 and 670 i just assumed both were coming out about the same time and based on GK104.
But i thought what he was holding was a mockup thus why it is hidden in a bag, this way no one sees the wood screws this time.
While the debate regarding this picture is good, each of us can only speculate. Nobody can confirm now if it the etching shows 670 or 570. To many 670, to some 570..to each his own..
5 or 6 ?
Personally, 670 makes more sense because of certain background information. Since the PCB & rear panel bracket of this card match with the GK104 PCB that came out a few days back. Also, the stacked 6+6 pin connector cutout at the far end of the card seems to match. Then there are the 2 SLI connectors.
Again, as per the comment from 'General Lee', a 'new' photo of Kepler card held by Mark Rein(Epic Games)@ GDC2012, inside anti-static cover does seem to reveal a subtle 'Green arc' behind the nvidia sticker.
So, could the picture of the supposedly 670TI card be an early engineering sample or older photo of GK104?
which is which?.. the reality.. we will know in a few days... All I am hoping for is the GK104 card to be positioned in the 350-400$ range to beat the 7870 & 7950, and at that price GK104 performance 'might' really be unbeatable.. just wishful thinking..
Commonsense dictates that NVIDIA won't introduce its newest branding and product presentation with a current-gen GTX 500 model, and that it will introduce it with upcoming GTX 600.
Commonsense also dictates that even if NVIDIA did a GTX 570 Ti, it would simply recycle the board and cooler design that's used on other single-GF110 SKUs (GTX 560 Ti-448, GTX 570, and GTX 580)
I'll say it's GTX 670 Ti, and that the number looks funny because there is a piece of protective plastic over the top of the heatsink.
I kinda like how the power plug disappears into the heatsink shroud, to be honest.
I'm sorry, I don't speak Engirispanese. Please focus and retype.
It's phonetic. That's the way people are taught English, in non-English speaking countries. Spelling and precise grammar comes later.
he is basically saying that they(nvidia ) have fecked it ,like AMD did with the 5xxx series.
by putting stacked DVI ports and power connectors on it ,no mother board i know of AFAIK has the spaceing to allow 4xSLI, an interesting point ,maybe only TRI SLi is possible .
and not even waterblocks are going to help
i am a bit further down the grammer road (yeh just a bit) then him, but what he said is decypherable
Im more a maths tech guy, then a grammer nut ,but dont be mistaken, Grammer or lack off it is in no means an indicator of inteligence level ,I was dragged up in a hood ,simples
I remember your earlier posts and you sounded like a total hoodie man!!
Your english is becoming too stong, Madchester demands slang.
Looks GTX 670Ti to me...
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looks a bit clearer this picmaybe, deff 670Ti to me, but i think it fake the edge looks to be peeling off a sticker near the new emobosed moulded style new logo
could be protective film,
exactly as does
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