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    Default NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled


    2012-13 promises to be a period of big graphics product launches, centric to a new DirectX version, DirectX 11.1, which will ship with Microsoft's next major Windows version (currently referred to as Windows 8). Information compiled by ExpersPC.com and 4Gamer.net tables what NVIDIA's next-generation graphics family could look like, and around what time it could be released to market. With its next-generation GeForce Kepler family of GPUs, NVIDIA will follow a sensible bottom-up product release model, to ensure that it isn't met with any technical hurdles with TSMC's new 28 nm manufacturing process, and so it could launch GPUs with increasingly higher transistor counts, till its top-of-the-line GPU is outed.


    The first GPU in NVIDIA's pipeline is the GeForce Kepler 107 (GK107), on which will be based entry thru lower-mainstream SKUs. The data doesn't reveal things like core counts, but points out that GK107 will have a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, will use the current-generation PCI-Express 2.0 bus, will be built on the 28 nm process, and will support DirectX 11.1. This will be followed by the GK106, on which "sweet-spot" SKUs could be based. This will be NVIDIA's first PCI-Express 3.0 compliant GPU, it will have a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface.





    Moving further up, there is GK104, NVIDIA's high-performance (≠ high-end) GPU. Think of it as NVIDIA's equivalent of AMD's "one high-performance GPU to rule them all" approach. GK104 will have a zesty 384-bit GDDR5 memory interface, and will support PCIe 3.0. NVIDIA's fastest product for 2012, codenamed GK110, will use two of these GK104 GPUs to give you an SLI-on-a-stick solution. Finally in 2013, when TSMC's 28 nm process will have achieved a certain degree of maturity, NVIDIA will launch a monolithic high-end GPU, the GK112. This one will feature a massive 512-bit GDDR5 memory interface.


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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled


    2012-13 promises to be a period of big graphics product launches, centric to a new DirectX version, DirectX 11.1, which will ship with Microsoft's next major Windows version (currently referred to as Windows 8). Information compiled by ExpersPC.com and 4Gamer.net tables what NVIDIA's next-generation graphics family could look like, and around what time it could be released to market. With its next-generation GeForce Kepler family of GPUs, NVIDIA will follow a sensible bottom-up product release model, to ensure that it isn't met with any technical hurdles with TSMC's new 28 nm manufacturing process, and so it could launch GPUs with increasingly higher transistor counts, till its top-of-the-line GPU is outed.


    The first GPU in NVIDIA's pipeline is the GeForce Kepler 107 (GK107), on which will be based entry thru lower-mainstream SKUs. The data doesn't reveal things like core counts, but points out that GK107 will have a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, will use the current-generation PCI-Express 2.0 bus, will be built on the 28 nm process, and will support DirectX 11.1. This will be followed by the GK106, on which "sweet-spot" SKUs could be based. This will be NVIDIA's first PCI-Express 3.0 compliant GPU, it will have a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface.





    Moving further up, there is GK104, NVIDIA's high-performance (≠ high-end) GPU. Think of it as NVIDIA's equivalent of AMD's "one high-performance GPU to rule them all" approach. GK104 will have a zesty 384-bit GDDR5 memory interface, and will support PCIe 3.0. NVIDIA's fastest product for 2012, codenamed GK110, will use two of these GK104 GPUs to give you an SLI-on-a-stick solution. Finally in 2013, when TSMC's 28 nm process will have achieved a certain degree of maturity, NVIDIA will launch a monolithic high-end GPU, the GK112. This one will feature a massive 512-bit GDDR5 memory interface.


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    vaia can u tell me when they will come to market, and will they be a great update like the 400 series over the 200 series, and will a gtx 580 or 460 sli will be totally smoked out with their mid level gpus(like the 400 series midrange cards gtx 460 smoke out previous gtx 280)

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    DirectX 11.1. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤¤ ¤

    ¤haire amar directX 11 tui outdated hoia jabi,ahare amar loving 5770. ¤

    ¤ekhono to directX 11 supported games kellam na temon.abar aitase directX 11.1.
    Last edited by knroeoueqisk; November 26th, 2011 at 22:49.

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    vaia can u tell me when they will come to market, and will they be a great update like the 400 series over the 200 series, and will a gtx 580 or 460 sli will be totally smoked out with their mid level gpus(like the 400 series midrange cards gtx 460 smoke out previous gtx 280)
    Nope bro I don't have any exact idea about it. But will let you know if I get it .

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    DirectX 11.1. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤¤ ¤

    ¤haire amar directX 11 tui outdated hoia jabi,ahare amar loving 5770. ¤

    ¤ekhono to directX 11 supported games kellam na temon.abar aitase directX 11.1.
    পাণ্ডা ভাই কে প্রথম চেত টে দেখলাম .

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    DirectX 11.1. ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤¤ ¤

    ¤haire amar directX 11 tui outdated hoia jabi,ahare amar loving 5770. ¤

    ¤ekhono to directX 11 supported games kellam na temon.abar aitase directX 11.1.
    don't worry man.....DX11 isn't outdated yet....DX 11 have ENOUGH bells and whistles left that haven't been used to its full potential
    and i don't think between DX11 and DX11.1 there would be hardly any difference

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Nope bro I don't have any exact idea about it. But will let you know if I get it .



    পাণ্ডা ভাই কে প্রথম চেত টে দেখলাম .
    ki korbo direct 11 supported cards tokhon old hoye jabe jokhon directX 11.1 supported card market e ashbe.¤

    ---------- Post added at 07:54 ---------- Previous post was at 07:53 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    don't worry man.....DX11 isn't outdated yet....DX 11 have ENOUGH bells and whistles left that haven't been used to its full potential
    and i don't think between DX11 and DX11.1 there would be hardly any difference
    I hope so.

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    lol dx10 e ekhono utilize korte parlo na properly . abar 11 . . .

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    A few more months and after me exams are done, booyaw!!! its mine

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    580 akbaray use koray then keeplar ay change korbo.... Dx9 er game o choltaysay dx10 to akhono teenager... Dx11.. R bollam na!

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    11.1 not 12 So DX11 cards will have life in them plus it hasn't been said anywhere that current DX11 cards won't be compatible with DX11.1.

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Eagerly Waiting for them!

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Green light to my gtx 460 sli plan

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY too long to release.....not worth the wait

    cuz @ 2013 Nvidia will be teasing with MAXWELL....so better get 2 or 3 580s (probably 3GB versions) and MAXXX the JESUS out of games and get ready for MAXWELL cuz that's the real DEAL

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce Kepler Roadmap Compiled

    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY too long to release.....not worth the wait

    cuz @ 2013 Nvidia will be teasing with MAXWELL....so better get 2 or 3 580s (probably 3GB versions) and MAXXX the JESUS out of games and get ready for MAXWELL cuz that's the real DEAL
    You're going to MAXXX with "XXX" the Jesus out of the games ?

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