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    Default Stunned by the power consumption

    Saw some FPS comparison in 1080p



    me gobsmacked by power consumption, temps, noise and ofcourse the shear performance of 680

    its like when AMD does things for highend it turns out midrange e.g bulldozer, 7970 .................but when nvidia does midrange it turns out high


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

    HApPy GAMing

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    7970 is by no means midrange. Bulldozer is well below midrange but not the 7970. Nvidia released the card 3 months later and achieved a minimum 10% increase. Thats nothing too surprising considering that its been release date, don't blow things out of proportion.

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    i was thinking to upgrade but pricewise not worthy right now. nothing is superlative to 580. merely 15-20% performance increase. i thought 28nm would bring some more performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    i was thinking to upgrade but pricewise not worthy right now. nothing is superlative to 580. merely 15-20% performance increase. i thought 28nm would bring some more performance.
    It would b really nnoying if TXAA was exclusive to 600 series. The Adaptive VSync is already confirmed to be working on non-600 cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    It would b really nnoying if TXAA was exclusive to 600 series. The Adaptive VSync is already confirmed to be working on non-600 cards.
    i also think TXAA will be 600 exclusive. btw this card is too expensive here. almost 450 pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    i was thinking to upgrade but pricewise not worthy right now. nothing is superlative to 580. merely 15-20% performance increase. i thought 28nm would bring some more performance.
    price increased due to radeon 7970 low performance against a mid range card of nvidia.otherwise we will see a 680 priced like a 570...but this will make the radeon a price cut

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    now since GK104(GTX680) is out let the GK110 speculation begin....this is the monster i am looking for..the whole cream kepler The real successor to the GTX580 ......waiting will do no harm to me...the more i wait the better

    first off new spec sheet of GK110 from legit reviews
    http://www.legitreviews.com/news/12673/
    Last edited by naved777; March 23rd, 2012 at 11:18.

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    8month pore gk110 release kore hd7970 theke much higher performance achieve korbe eitai to shavabik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    8month pore gk110 release kore hd7970 theke much higher performance achieve korbe eitai to shavabik.
    Nvidia always wins. Jinish jeta bhalo price tar ektu beshi, Bujhso beparta

    ---------- Post added at 15:15 ---------- Previous post was at 15:14 ----------

    Waiting for more 6 series card to grab one of them. Ar GTX680 er launch price to dekhlam $499. legit e onek beshi dekhaitese, bujhlam na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    Nvidia always wins. Jinish jeta bhalo price tar ektu beshi, Bujhso beparta
    LOL typical fanboy comment.
    Everything wins, as long as it serves you well and has a perfect price - performance ratio. #ObviousFanboysAreObvious

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    [QUOTE=hrishat;434648]Nvidia always wins. Jinish jeta bhalo price tar ektu beshi, Bujhso beparta [COLOR="Silver"]100% thik but the budget gamers need"the best bang for the buck"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    8month pore gk110 release kore hd7970 theke much higher performance achieve korbe eitai to shavabik.
    they dont need GK110 for HD7970....GK104 more or less is outperforming it

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    [QUOTE=Cpt.Mactavish;434656]
    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    Nvidia always wins. Jinish jeta bhalo price tar ektu beshi, Bujhso beparta [COLOR="Silver"]100% thik but the budget gamers need"the best bang for the buck"
    hehe GTX680 is $50 cheaper and better than HD7970

    ---------- Post added at 19:21 ---------- Previous post was at 17:13 ----------

    NVIDIA Originally Intend to Call GTX 680 as GTX 670 Ti

    Although it doesn't matter anymore, there are several bits of evidence supporting the theory that NVIDIA originally intended for its GK104-based performance graphics card to be named "GeForce GTX 670 Ti", before deciding to go with "GeForce GTX 680" towards the end. With the advent of 2012, we've had our industry sources refer to the part as "GTX 670 Ti".

    What's in the name? Well for one, naming it "GTX 680" instead of "GTX 670 Ti", releases pressure off NVIDIA to introduce a part based on its "big chip" based on the GeForce Kepler architecture (GK1x0). It could also save NVIDIA tons of R&D costs for its GTX 700 series, because it can brand GK1x0 in the GTX 700 series, and invest relatively less, on a dual-GK104 graphics card to ward off the threat of Radeon HD 7990 "New Zealand", and save (read: sandbag) GK1x0 for AMD's next-generation Sea Islands family based on "Enhanced Graphics CoreNext" architecture, slated for later this year, if all goes well. Is it a case of mistaken identity? Overanalysis on our part? Or is there something they don't want you to know™?
    Source::http://www.techpowerup.com/162901/Di...X-670-Ti-.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Prophet View Post
    LOL typical fanboy comment.
    Everything wins, as long as it serves you well and has a perfect price - performance ratio. #ObviousFanboysAreObvious
    Its not a fanboy comment its the comment from a satisfied customer. Ami Ati er card o onek use korsi nvidia o korsi ei jibone. And recently i switched from AMD to Intel because of huge performance difference, so i dont think its about childish fanboy thing.

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    ok. first many ppl said over the internet its 3 months late n it got 10-35% lead only. but i think its fair enough to be late at party. its faster enough, cooler, quiter and efficient. priced well too. i dont see any problem with the late release. 10-35% over 7970 is enough of performance. to me what amd did this three months? $550 still a card that gets beaten by a card priced $500? see the gtx 680 mayb late in the party but it covered its all gap by its overall package. we have seen nvidia always late in the business but that doesnt hurt nvidias market..... infact this time its a whole new release a card thats faster cooler quiter and priced lower makes up consumers mind though being late. just saw all the reviews and by far it outperfomed the hd 6979 in 80% modern games n even competes n equals with gtx 590 in some cases. what more we can ask for a card at this price? time for amd to charge up or go on a vacation.
    for me gtx 680 wins easily. \m/
    price wars begin with a very tough spot for amd. good for us. what say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Assassins Creed II View Post
    ok. first many ppl said over the internet its 3 months late n it got 10-35% lead only. but i think its fair enough to be late at party. its faster enough, cooler, quiter and efficient. priced well too. i dont see any problem with the late release. 10-35% over 7970 is enough of performance. to me what amd did this three months? $550 still a card that gets beaten by a card priced $500? see the gtx 680 mayb late in the party but it covered its all gap by its overall package. we have seen nvidia always late in the business but that doesnt hurt nvidias market..... infact this time its a whole new release a card thats faster cooler quiter and priced lower makes up consumers mind though being late. just saw all the reviews and by far it outperfomed the hd 6979 in 80% modern games n even competes n equals with gtx 590 in some cases. what more we can ask for a card at this price? time for amd to charge up or go on a vacation.
    for me gtx 680 wins easily. \m/
    price wars begin with a very tough spot for amd. good for us. what say?
    10 - 35% isnt really correct. TPU states around 7% more for the 680 averaging all their games, Canucks 12%. Max OC benches need to be analysed though, it seems that when both the 7970 and 680 are overclocked to the limit they are close to equal in performance but the 7970 power draw scales upwards faster too. Voltage tuning the 680 past the dynamic voltage limit of 1.175v might eek out a few more mhz out of the 680 but that remains to be seen.

    There are a couple of things to be mentioned though. Unlike Fermi/GCN, they have opted for static schedulers instead of dynamic. This will require individual scheduling of games in order to extract maximum performance from them - similar to what AMD had to do before GCN. Lets hope that doesn't affect things. Secondly, its slower than the 7970 when it comes to compute which isnt an issue for most people but noteworthy as to how they swapped sides in this regard.

    Kudos to Nvidia for releasing a cheaper, faster (atleast at stock) and cooler card while drawing less power. Job well done. Now bring on the midrange parts and lower prices across the range.
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    This is what I was wondering whether 7970 was a better overclocker or not Btw hows it going @Mazhar bhaia
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    Colorful Readies its Kudan iGame GTX 680 – Featuring the Most Powerful GTX680 PCB Design

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    Quote Originally Posted by Assassins Creed II View Post
    ok. first many ppl said over the internet its 3 months late n it got 10-35% lead only. but i think its fair enough to be late at party. its faster enough, cooler, quiter and efficient. priced well too. i dont see any problem with the late release. 10-35% over 7970 is enough of performance. to me what amd did this three months? $550 still a card that gets beaten by a card priced $500? see the gtx 680 mayb late in the party but it covered its all gap by its overall package. we have seen nvidia always late in the business but that doesnt hurt nvidias market..... infact this time its a whole new release a card thats faster cooler quiter and priced lower makes up consumers mind though being late. just saw all the reviews and by far it outperfomed the hd 6979 in 80% modern games n even competes n equals with gtx 590 in some cases. what more we can ask for a card at this price? time for amd to charge up or go on a vacation.
    for me gtx 680 wins easily. \m/
    price wars begin with a very tough spot for amd. good for us. what say?
    10-35% is a bloated hurr durr percentage more like 10% on average at max and dont forget we dont know how 680 overclocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eXsTatik View Post
    10-35% is a bloated hurr durr percentage more like 10% on average at max and dont forget we dont know how 680 overclocks.
    Here u go @eXsTatik bro
    http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...roduction.html

    in this review it shows LIghtning 7970 vs reference GTX680
    The Lightning HD7970 is running at its MAX stable OC 1265Mhz where the GTX680 is at 1218Mhz and at some points the stock GTX680 beats the OCed HD7970 where the OCed GTX680 turns into a whole new Devil and its untouchable

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    Those figures look very fishy, the Batman bench shows a 100% difference between 580 and 7970 no PhysX. Plus, I find it hard to believe that a stock 680 can match a max OC'd 7970 that often.
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