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    Kepler GPU lineup leaked!






    Leaked information has floated up from the depths of the Internet from
    Lenzfire, where they've published some specifications for the upcoming GeForce 600-series.
    But wait this ain't only specifications..... These are performance estimates too with a bit of touch of EPOL(estimated price on launch).

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    Sources claim that NVIDIA's Kepler GTX680 should be up to 45-percent faster than AMD's fastest Radeon HD 7970 GPU.
    The interesting part here is that the GeForce GTX680 is said to have just 2GB of RAM, compared to the 7970's 3GB, and is still 45-percent faster.
    What helps here is the GTX680 reportedly has twice as many stream processors, and backed up by the entire Kepler range being fully PCI-E 3.0 compliant.


    The GeForce GTX680 will reportedly launch with a $649 price tag at the lunch time this April, so for just $100 more, you're getting a Team Green card that is 45-percent faster.
    This could be some very dangerous news for AMD. On a different note, specs of a dual-GPU Kepler-based card are here too.

    NVIDIA's Kepler GTX690 will reportedly sport a 750MHz Core clock, 2x1.75GB of GDDR5 at 4.5GHz, 2x1024 Stream Processors, 2x448-bit Bus Width and priced at an epic, ball-smashing $999.
    The best single-GPU (yeat to be proved), Kepler GTX680 will reportedly sport an 850MHz Core, 2GB of GDDR5 at 5GHz, 1024 Stream Processors, 512-bit bus, and $649 as its price tag.

    For others who need less Gpu power here is the expected specs & price for other Kepler based cards


    NVIDIA Kepler GTX670

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 1.75GB GDDR5 @ 5GHz
    Stream Processors: 896
    Bus: 448-bit
    Price: $499
    Relative Speed: ~20-percent faster than HD 7970
    Release: April 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX660Ti

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 1.5GB GDDR5 @ 5GHz
    Stream Processors: 768
    Bus: 384-bit
    Price: $399
    Relative Speed: ~10-percent faster than HD 7950
    Release: Q2/Q3 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX660

    Core: 900MHz
    RAM: 2GB GDDR5 @ 5.8GHz
    Stream Processors: 512
    Bus: 256-bit
    Price: $319
    Relative Speed: ~similar to GTX580
    Release: April 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX650TI

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 1.75GB GDDR5 @ 5.5GHz
    Stream Processors: 448
    Bus: 224-bit
    Price: $249
    Relative Speed: ~similar to GTX570
    Release: Q2/Q3 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX650

    Core: 900MHz
    RAM: 1.5GB GDDR5 @ 5.5GHz
    Stream Processors: 256
    Bus: 192-bit
    Price: $179
    Relative Speed: ~10-percent faster than GTX560
    Release: May 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX640

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 2GB GDDR5 @ 5.5GHz
    Stream Processors: 192
    Bus: 128-bit
    Price: $139
    Relative Speed: ~similar to GTX550Ti
    Release: May 2012


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    too bad team green is late to the show but if they could stick to those rumored price AMD mi8 start to sell their7950 for 250-280$.

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    NVIDIA kicked AMD's ¤¤¤ this time really hard.
    AMD should reduce price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    too bad team green is late to the show but if they could stick to those rumored price AMD mi8 start to sell their7950 for 250-280$.
    not only that, i dont know whether you know or not, As AMD is getting their asses kicked in Processor sector by Intel,
    they were really despareate to save a bit of their existence as leader in GPU Market as i found in their road map for 2012-13.
    Now if Nvidia kikes there ¤¤¤ too. then may be AMD will be

    AMD = i'AM Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.s.shuvo View Post
    NVIDIA kicked AMD's ¤¤¤ this time really hard.
    AMD should reduce price.
    no no, i think AMD must reduce their price

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    AMD gpu fan speaking here. I have never used any nvidia gpu yet. My gpu timeline goes like this: x700pro>HD4670>HD5670>HD6950.
    The fact from my point of view is, ATI/AMD always kept their customers satisfied by providing comparatively low priced products, which were not always top notch performers but good performers for the money.

    But this time it is different. AMD does have a DARK future ahead of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s.s.shuvo View Post
    My gpu timeline goes like this: x700pro>HD4670>HD5670>HD6950.
    Holy Moly, same here. I still remember my 1st GPU, it was a Sapphire X700 Pro, bought from UCC. Do you still remember the Sapphire boxes in the UCC shelves, those were some utter cool alien designed boxes I've seen in my whole life! It played all my games fine, it was like the GTX560 at its time, with the X800 and above being the top end. Replaced it with a HIS HD4670, which was an awesome card for the HIS Cooler. Now I'm going strong with a GTX460, needed a change from ATi.

    Oh, and I still remember the 98,000tk tag on some of the X1900XT cards. Man those were some boxes, UCC were the only high end stuff importer at that time, bbbut those GPUs were orgasmic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Holy Moly, same here. I still remember my 1st GPU, it was a Sapphire X700 Pro, bought from UCC. It played all my games fine, it was like the GTX560 at its time, with the X800 and above being the top end. Replaced it with a HIS HD4670, which was an awesome card for the HIS Cooler. Now I'm going strong with a GTX460, needed a change from ATi
    Oh man I had the same card sapphire x700pro. I even completed crysis with this card. ( in 800x600 res though). & my HD4670 still going strong & running all the games thrown at it at playable fps ( in 1366x768 res).

    Considering the news posted above, I think I will shift to nvidia when my current card can't handle the games.
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    Benches ? :\ are you ¤¤¤¤ing serious.
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.s.shuvo View Post
    But this time it is different. AMD does have a DARK future ahead of them.
    Another red lover here.Atm i m feeling really sad for AMD.

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    riva tnt2 32mb>geforcefx5500>x1050>x1650>HD4670>gtx560
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    sorry, i think your one is post, mine is a thread.

    and if my post really Brooke away Ur patent of post, then just tell it to some mod to delete my thread.

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    Kepler GPU lineup leaked!






    Leaked information has floated up from the depths of the Internet from
    Lenzfire, where they've published some specifications for the upcoming GeForce 600-series.
    But wait this ain't only specifications..... These are performance estimates too with a bit of touch of EPOL(estimated price on launch).

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    Sources claim that NVIDIA's Kepler GTX680 should be up to 45-percent faster than AMD's fastest Radeon HD 7970 GPU.
    The interesting part here is that the GeForce GTX680 is said to have just 2GB of RAM, compared to the 7970's 3GB, and is still 45-percent faster.
    What helps here is the GTX680 reportedly has twice as many stream processors, and backed up by the entire Kepler range being fully PCI-E 3.0 compliant.


    The GeForce GTX680 will reportedly launch with a $649 price tag at the lunch time this April, so for just $100 more, you're getting a Team Green card that is 45-percent faster.
    This could be some very dangerous news for AMD. On a different note, specs of a dual-GPU Kepler-based card are here too.

    NVIDIA's Kepler GTX690 will reportedly sport a 750MHz Core clock, 2x1.75GB of GDDR5 at 4.5GHz, 2x1024 Stream Processors, 2x448-bit Bus Width and priced at an epic, ball-smashing $999.
    The best single-GPU (yeat to be proved), Kepler GTX680 will reportedly sport an 850MHz Core, 2GB of GDDR5 at 5GHz, 1024 Stream Processors, 512-bit bus, and $649 as its price tag.

    For others who need less Gpu power here is the expected specs & price for other Kepler based cards


    NVIDIA Kepler GTX670

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 1.75GB GDDR5 @ 5GHz
    Stream Processors: 896
    Bus: 448-bit
    Price: $499
    Relative Speed: ~20-percent faster than HD 7970
    Release: April 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX660Ti

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 1.5GB GDDR5 @ 5GHz
    Stream Processors: 768
    Bus: 384-bit
    Price: $399
    Relative Speed: ~10-percent faster than HD 7950
    Release: Q2/Q3 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX660

    Core: 900MHz
    RAM: 2GB GDDR5 @ 5.8GHz
    Stream Processors: 512
    Bus: 256-bit
    Price: $319
    Relative Speed: ~similar to GTX580
    Release: April 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX650TI

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 1.75GB GDDR5 @ 5.5GHz
    Stream Processors: 448
    Bus: 224-bit
    Price: $249
    Relative Speed: ~similar to GTX570
    Release: Q2/Q3 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX650

    Core: 900MHz
    RAM: 1.5GB GDDR5 @ 5.5GHz
    Stream Processors: 256
    Bus: 192-bit
    Price: $179
    Relative Speed: ~10-percent faster than GTX560
    Release: May 2012

    NVIDIA Kepler GTX640

    Core: 850MHz
    RAM: 2GB GDDR5 @ 5.5GHz
    Stream Processors: 192
    Bus: 128-bit
    Price: $139
    Relative Speed: ~similar to GTX550Ti
    Release: May 2012

    LOL im no red lover, ive always had two configs, consisting of intel and amd hardware with either nv or ati card till recently.

    2nd Ive done some googling ! Unless I find a proper source these specs are horse sauce.
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.s.shuvo View Post
    Oh man I had the same card sapphire x700pro. I even completed crysis with this card. ( in 800x600 res though). & my HD4670 still going strong & running all the games thrown at it at playable fps ( in 1366x768 res).

    Considering the news posted above, I think I will shift to nvidia when my current card can't handle the games.
    Ahh, it was a Sapphire too eh ? Remember the tiny blue fan ? The blue chunks of memory heatsinks ? The cool shade of blue PCB ? I remember it all, as vivid as it were back then. Makes me sad, wish I kept that little thing, it was a PCIe x16 card too. I also played Crysis with the X700, all low, same resolution and Assassins Creed 1. Come to think of it, I played so many games that time, but I rarely play now with my GTX460. I guess owning hardware is only half the story, the memories I had with my X700 is still cherished in my heart.

    Sorry for bringing up the X700, hope you guys don't mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eXsTatik View Post
    Benches ? :\ are you ¤¤¤¤ing serious.


    this are not sure. but u know figures...

    ---------- Post added at 13:10 ---------- Previous post was at 13:08 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by eXsTatik View Post
    LOL im no red lover, ive always had two configs, consisting of intel and amd hardware with either nv or ati card till recently.

    2nd Ive done some googling ! Unless I find a proper source these specs are horse sauce.
    yes, that's true until release these figures are just rumor.

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    @s.s.shuvo I think AMD's strategy seems to be working pretty well. They will keep enjoying all the premium from early adopters untill the launch of kepler hence, price is not falling very soon.

    Nvidia has always been the top performer but AMD just managed to poke into their premium market segment for a good long 3 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raa View Post


    this are not sure. but u know figures...

    ---------- Post added at 13:10 ---------- Previous post was at 13:08 ----------
    I saw that, this is all hot sauce.
    Until some proper benches arrive this thread is useless, im not buying any pre figures after the bulldozer fiasco.


    yes, that's true until release these figures are just rumor.
    lol I saw this.
    Its nothing but horse sauce, I will admit to the fact that I prefer AMD processors over intel but I prefer to use Geforce gpus though I like AMD too. Now seeing all these comments make me feel that this forum is filled with green fanboys. That aside until I see some proper benchmarks I wont buy anything, especially after the bulldozer fiasco.

    ---------- Post added at 14:34 ---------- Previous post was at 14:31 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by s.s.shuvo View Post
    AMD gpu fan speaking here. I have never used any nvidia gpu yet. My gpu timeline goes like this: x700pro>HD4670>HD5670>HD6950.
    The fact from my point of view is, ATI/AMD always kept their customers satisfied by providing comparatively low priced products, which were not always top notch performers but good performers for the money.

    But this time it is different. AMD does have a DARK future ahead of them.
    Well not really the thing is AMD does come up with newer cards faster. First GDDR5 card ? 4870. First dx11 card 5870, first 28nm Card 7970. :\

    Nvidia lost alot of ground in the 9800 series when ATi launched 4800 series and even more ground in the HD5 era which Nvidia caught up with 2nd series fermi as the first batch wasn't really all that successful being very late in the game.
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    Btw, these has DX11.1, right?

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    Too good to be true!!!

    expectation jotoi high thakuk.... release pawar agei beshi comment krbo na... pore hoyto dekha jabe 580 theke matro 10% faster

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    I'm with ExSTat1k on this one, I'll believe it when I'll see it, if what these leaks are saying is the truth then nvidia are most likely to be the ones who could be getting on the backfoot as AMD can cut 79XX's price in half, making the whole GTX 5XX series obsolete unless nvidia drops the pricing Of the 5XX cards down to the 100$ segment, to compete with 79XX, or am I being an AMD fanboy?

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