NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 launches June 25

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 760 is expected to arrive on June 25th, a bit later than the "mid-June" launch date that was previously rumored. The GeForce GTX 760 is reportedly based on the GeForc...

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 launches June 25
     
  2. EzioAs

    EzioAs New Member

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    Unless Nvidia wants to get rid of the "ti" cards, I think this is more likely to be the 760ti. If they were to release both a 760 and 760 ti, the gap between the 760 and 770 would be too small, and so would the gap between the 2 cards and the 760 ti.
     
  3. ViperXtreme

    ViperXtreme Ancient Guru

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    At the same time, they will also release ShadowPlay for GeForce experience, i guess it will be one of its highlights.
     
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    EzioAs New Member

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    I haven't heard it much but will Shadow Play be supported on older cards as well? (400, 500, 600)

    On a side note, nice LoK pic. You heard there's going to be a new LoK game soon.
     

  5. ---TK---

    ---TK--- Ancient Guru

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    If its 299 that is a hell of a deal
     
  6. ViperXtreme

    ViperXtreme Ancient Guru

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    ShadowPlay is liek FRAPS or MSI Afterburner's gameplay recording utility. You can customize it on how i records just like other utilities (or run it indefinitely for a set period of time/interval).
    One major difference is that it supports kepler's embedded/dedicated fixed function encoding chip NVENC (similar to Intel's quicksync) Useful for folks who have a slower CPU and HDD (like me). This eliminates extra CPU cycle encountered during recording and while recording, its being compressed to a smaller format (h.264). Quality is most likely same as with nvenc based encoders (which i havent tried).
    As for support, as stated, only kepler cards have this embedded chip (GeForce 600 and 700 series) so 500 cards and below are not supported.
    Btw, nvenc is also used by nVidia SHIELD handheld android gaming device to stream its video data from GPU to the device.

    As for LoK, yep its Kain's banner, been using that for ages since i joined the forums :D and the upcoming LoK, as expected, are not the same as we thought it would be.
     
  7. StewieTech

    StewieTech Chuck Norris

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    I want it.
     
  8. Rich_Guy

    Rich_Guy Ancient Guru

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    Lies, its been out for over a year :p
     
  9. Noisiv

    Noisiv Ancient Guru

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    I smell 192bit GTX 760 with 256bit for 760 Ti.

    660 Ti < 760 < 670 < 760 Ti < 680 < 770

    There's your product differentiation. Pretty easy, huh?
     
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    LOLOL.Nvidia=Fail.GTX660Ti is a little stronger than GTX580.In this case, GTX760 should be at least a little stronger, than GTX680, but no.It is like a twin brother of GTX670, and at its best, it can go between 670, and 680.I thought it was gonna surpass 680 by some difference in power, but it doesnt.FAIL.


    In this case for example, a GTX660 VS 660Ti have barely 8% difference so,if a GTX760 is between 670, and 680, then neither 760Ti will surpass 680 with some noticeable increase in performance, which means.....FAIL once more.


    I'm talking about stock speeds here, since i hate overclocking more than anything.
     
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