NVIDIA to release Second GK110-based GeForce GPU for Summer

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  1. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    I expected this the moment I saw that crippled Quadro K6000 with 13SMX :D


    This would be the gpu for me, but idk its still looks kinda to pricy :frown:
     
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  2. Mufflore

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    Yeah, it would be nice to get a new GPU, but £400 is my limit.
    I am finding that if I wait a while after a games release, they play very well still on my 580 if I use lesser or no AA, otherwise practically maxed out.
    I'd like some more ram for a highly modded Skyrim though.
     
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    Still not worth it over the 680/7970.
     
  4. PhazeDelta1

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    True.
     

  5. Denial

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    Wouldn't that depend on the price? Which is yet unknown?

    Geez
     
  6. ---TK---

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    680/7970 are year old, I welcome new cards
     
  7. PhazeDelta1

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    No. Price isn't a concern. Even if the cards were under $400, I still wouldn't grab one.
     
  8. k1net1cs

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    That's only because you already have SLI'd 670s so you're more inclined to justifying your purchase against newer products.

    Other people will definitely grab one if it's under $400, seriously.
    Then again, it's the price that counts.
    Until the MSRP is clear only then we can really judge its value.
     
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    I see this card around the $799 mark if the specs are true, slightly less shaders than titan, 320 bit bus, 5gb vram
     
  10. freeZ

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    I know exactly what you mean on the last bit. Going with 2GB instead of 4GB was not a good decision, even though I only play on 1080p on a single monitor. Other than that one heavily modded game, everything plays beautifully... Tempting to sell this card and maybe go with a Titan since I don't want to go through all that work just for a sidegrade (assuming if I just got an EVGA FTW+).
     

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    Not upgrading until i see a minimum of 512bit and 4gb ram as standard. No more pointless bottlenecks please.
     
  12. southamptonfc

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    I agree 4GB should be min.

    Memory bandwidth is a function of interface size and memory speed. The Titan with it's 384bit interface has 50% more bandwidth that a GTX580 or GTX680.

    Also, overclocking the memory on a Titan gives insignificant performance imporovements. That should tell you something.
     
  13. Year

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    indeed, and even less when someone like me owns a top banana GTX690 :D

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