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    Default Rumour: Nvidia 700 series launching mid-May (5GB VRAM for the 780)

    It has been reported by Brightsideofnews that NVIDIA would be launching their GeForce 700 series including the flagship GeForce GTX 780 as soon as May 2013. According to the information from their Asia based sources, the company is planning to launch three new GeForce 700 series SKUs which will be featuring refined version of the 28nm Kepler architecture.

    The most interesting part about the report is that we have already been hearing about the GeForce GTX Titan LE for the past few months. The card which is a consumer version of the already released Tesla K20C would not be another TItan GPU but rather the next flagship GeForce GTX 780 graphics card featuring the same specifications. The GeForce GTX 780 would be powered by the GK110 core boasting 2496 Cuda cores and a 5 GB GDDR5 VRAM which was indicated in a leaked picture of the board itself.

    The leak could now be considered true since it was mentioned that Titan LE was just an internal codename of the card, retail name would be something else and with a different cooling scheme compared to the Titan. It was speculated that the Titan LE, now known as the GTX 780 would be priced around the $499 – $599 mark.

    There remains a possibility of a much powerful GK110 GPU later in 2013 which would launch with a fully enabled core and codenamed GTX TItan Ultra, more can be seen here.

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    it seems nvidia tried to fix the memory bottleneck issue by increasing the bit interface. Interesting, jodio spec dekhe lav nai, performance e ashol kotha.

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    My next GPU update. I'm droolin for a GTX 780. (lala porar emoticon hobe)

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    GTX 770 ar 680 er specs to same. btw i thought the 780 would end up faster than a 690. its been like that. gtx 680 ended up being faster than 590. gtx 570/560ti ended up faster than 480......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raihan081 View Post
    GTX 770 ar 680 er specs to same. btw i thought the 780 would end up faster than a 690. its been like that. gtx 680 ended up being faster than 590. gtx 570/560ti ended up faster than 480......
    570 and 480 were both Fermi and the 680 is Kepler. Architectural changes bring bigger jumps than same-generation refreshes. 880 might end up being faster than 790. Unlikely though cause 590 wasn't a very good card hence it was easier to cross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    570 and 480 were both Fermi and the 680 is Kepler. Architectural changes bring bigger jumps than same-generation refreshes. 880 might end up being faster than 790. Unlikely though cause 590 wasn't a very good card hence it was easier to cross.
    well kepler refresh hoileo still the 570 is a lot btr than 480. maybe the reason is the 480 was too bad. lol. but this trend was going for last 3/4 series. thats why I said that.

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    570's performance is more or less on the same level as a 480's. 480 isn't a bad performer by any means, it's that it has other issues in terms of heat and power.

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