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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post
    eita to gelo ekta 500$ card er success er kahini... Sources say that models less powerful than the 680 will have less than 2gb vram. This makes me think that 78xx cards will be more popular than nvi cards within the same price range.
    The 680 has once again shown that the VRAM is not a big deal unless you game at 1080P+ resolutions. Heck even with 2GB the 680 outperforms the 7970 at 2560x1440/1600. So the mid-range keplers having less than 2GB VRAM is nothing to worry about at all.

    I wish there was a price war right now though. Why does AMD insist on selling the 7970 for 550USD is beyond me.

    At least on the bright side of things, 400 and 500 series users will eventually be getting Adaptive VSYNC and TXAA

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    Bolte na boltei, its already out!

    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/sh...58#post2596958

    I <3 nvidia

    @dipanzan this is one you should upgrade to.

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    Up to 7% in Civilization V
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    NVIDIA FXAA Technology – shader-based anti-aliasing technology available from the NVIDIA Control Panel that enables ultra-fast anti-aliasing in hundreds of PC games. FXAA delivers similar quality to 4x multi-sample antialiasing (MSAA) but is up to 60% faster, enabling substantially higher performance in games. FXAA is supported on all GeForce 8-series and later GPUs. Note: This feature is disabled for games that already have built-in support for FXAA. Visit GeForce.com to learn more.

    NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync – dynamically enables vertical sync based on your current frame rates for the smoothest gaming experience. Adaptive VSync is supported on all GeForce 8-series and later GPUs. Visit GeForce.com to learn more.

    NVIDIA Frame Rate Target – dynamically adjusts frame rate to a user specified target. Support for this feature is enabled via third party applications via NVAPI. Visit GeForce.com to learn more.

    NVIDIA Surround Technology – Adds the following new Surround capabilities. Visit GeForce.com to learn more.

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    Full center display acceleration for single wide display modes (center display must be connected to the master GPU).





    Frame rate target? damn it keno class e thakar shomoi eishob dekhte hoi

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    awesome! Can fxaa or txaa reduce the pressure on vram created by msaa? If so, i gotta say, ''NV IS AWESOMMM!''

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post
    awesome! Can fxaa or txaa reduce the pressure on vram created by msaa? If so, i gotta say, ''NV IS AWESOMMM!''
    That is exactly what it does. MSAA-like (obviously MSAA will be better) AA but with much better performance, most of the time there's no performance impact at all. AMD has something similar, MLAA but its implementation has been horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    That is exactly what it does. MSAA-like (obviously MSAA will be better) AA but with much better performance, most of the time there's no performance impact at all. AMD has something similar, MLAA but its implementation has been horrible.
    You mean msaa will have better quality than fxaa/txaa? Dont know about fxaa, but some slides show that txaa has better quality than msaa. And txaa isnt available yet

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    finally somebody talking about Anti aliasing ahh....
    AA er jonne amar khub shomossa hoy r ekhon developer ra je kishob game banay AA option e dey na (mass effect3/nfs HP 10) :S lame

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post
    You mean msaa will have better quality than fxaa/txaa? Dont know about fxaa, but some slides show that txaa has better quality than msaa. And txaa isnt available yet
    Ya MSAA will have better quality. FXAA is a post-effects filter and won't even show up in screenshots

    I don't exactly know what is TXAA though but I thought it used to be a better form of TXAA. If that is the case then MSAA still should be better. The slides probably show the best of TXAA, so it might not be true for all games. But MSAA will be consistent throughout games if it is supported ie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher fu®ious™ View Post
    finally somebody talking about Anti aliasing ahh....
    AA er jonne amar khub shomossa hoy r ekhon developer ra je kishob game banay AA option e dey na (mass effect3/nfs HP 10) :S lame
    You can force AA in those games, not from the control panel though. Look up nvidia Inspector, it requires work but if you want the AA, you'll love it.

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    I'm an nvidia fanboi for life now! I was actually very impressed with the 7970, because of the OC headroom, but the 680 is just a niche better in about everything. These little features from the drivers are what tickles me to joy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    I'm an nvidia fanboi for life now! I was actually very impressed with the 7970, because of the OC headroom, but the 680 is just a niche better in about everything. These little features from the drivers are what tickles me to joy!
    There is nothing wrong with 7970 (except its driver and software support. Drivers cant utilise its full potential, and there isnt much hope, bcz its amd!). However, something makes me think that a highest oc'ed 7970 can slightly outperform a highest oc'ed 680. But its still not worth that extra 50 bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    You can force AA in those games, not from the control panel though. Look up nvidia Inspector, it requires work but if you want the AA, you'll love it.
    what is inspector? i usually use control panel to force AA... it works but doesnt satisfy me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher fu®ious™ View Post
    what is inspector? i usually use control panel to force AA... it works but doesnt satisfy me...
    Noob

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=nvidia+inspector

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    thnx pro

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    2 month pore ki gtx680 bd te ashar kono chance ase, 50k er vetor? Bairei to ei jinish stock e nai. Xam sheshe 1ta pc nibo, and this is my weapon of choice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post
    2 month pore ki gtx680 bd te ashar kono chance ase, 50k er vetor? Bairei to ei jinish stock e nai. Xam sheshe 1ta pc nibo, and this is my weapon of choice...
    yes u can probably get it.....aaah u can also get it now ,one of my friend asked computer source abt GTX680..they said they can manage if its MSI and have to make an advance payment of 50%...nothing much he told abt it......PRICE not sure since computer source said they have to chk the price...and they r not sure how many days will it will take to ship the card...since it will come with their shipment of other components..nothing much more

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    @aayman ....have u tested the new driver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post

    @aayman ....have u tested the new driver?
    Installed it but didn't have a chance to thoroughly test it.

    Heaven benched went up to 67, previously 64-66 and with older drivers I used to get 63 consistently.

    Played just one 64 player metro map, 100-120fps(locked) with all High I think, I forgot which setting, I'll post back later today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Installed it but didn't have a chance to thoroughly test it.

    Heaven benched went up to 67, previously 64-66 and with older drivers I used to get 63 consistently.

    Played just one 64 player metro map, 100-120fps(locked) with all High I think, I forgot which setting, I'll post back later today.
    ooou great.....looks like i got an xcuse now to revert back to PC (no new good PC games for a while )
    BENCHIES ftw

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    hmmmmmm WCCFTech posted this Mysterious Nvidia image written 'It's Coming"
    any guesses ...GTX690?

    EDIT:: Got hold of the Article...
    It was already stated that NVIDIA was planning to launch new GK104 based product sometime in Q2 2012 which also included its flagship Dual chip GTX 690. It is not confirmed however if the teaser is actually related to a GPU or something completely different.
    Source::http://wccftech.com/nvidias-teases-a...unch-imminent/
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    When are they gonna release the lower range cards?

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    NVIDIA's big Kepler graphics within 7 billion transistors

    NVIDIA has released a 14 to 17. May in San Jose, United States, held in the GPU Technology Conference, an event schedule.

    "Individuals from the GPU architecture and CUDA software groups will dive into the features of the compute architecture for" Kepler "- NVIDIA's new 7-Billion transistor GPU. From the reorganized processing cores with new instructions and processing capabilities, Thu an Improved Memory System with faster atomic processing and low-overhead ECC, we will explore how the Kepler GPU achieves World Leading Performance and efficiency, and How It Enables wholly new types of parallel To Be Solved problems. "
    Sniff Sniff....i can smell my future card THE mighty GK110
    Nvidia just end the rumours now

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    quite difficult to get a 680 now. everywhere shortage!!!! companies like gainward's card are priced around £500. shocking!!!

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    GIGABYTE WindForce 5X Cooling Solution on GTX 680 SOC Pictured - 5 Fan Mayhem

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    Here are the first pictures of GIGABYTE's new WindForce 5X graphics card cooling solution, which will likely feature on its upcoming GeForce GTX 680 SuperOverclock graphics card. It turns out that the "5X" in its name indeed denotes the presence of five fans. It's the arrangement of the fans that is its defining feature. While most graphics cards have their fan(s) arranged along the plane of the PCB, on the obverse side of the card, the WindForce 5X cooler has five 40 mm fans (the ones usually featured in rack servers) arranged perpendicular to the plane of the PCB, on the top side of the card.


    This unique arrangement of fans ensures that hot air from the heatsinks are ventilated in a single direction and not all over the card (like with WindForce 3X), heating other components on the motherboard. The front-side of the card has just a swanky-looking molded brushed aluminum shroud. On the flip-side, the card spans across three expansion slots, and appears to be both taller and longer than reference design. GIGABYTE's GeForce GTX 680, featuring this cooling solution, and aggressive clock speeds, will be launched very soon.
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    Ugly -_-

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