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    Cool Entire Nvidia Kepler Series Specifications, Price & Release Date

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    Nvidia Kepler GTX680 vs Radeon HD 7970

    Yesterday we have published the review of AMD Radeon HD 7950 graphic cards, which is a better alternative for GTX 580 at almost the same price. And now itís time for Nvidia to have its own turn. We have got information from our sources that upcoming Nvidia Kepler GTX680 will be up to 45% faster than AMDís present flagship, Radeon HD 7970.As the price point and the specifications of HD 7970 and HD 7950 are found to be the same as what we have published earlier, this time too, we believe that these specifications, price and release date of entire Kepler series mentioned below will hold true.

    But surprisingly reference GTX680 will have just 2GB frame buffer, even with 1GB lesser than HD 7970, Nvidia GTX680 is able to perform 45% faster. Also GTX680 boasts double the amount of stream processors compared to GTX580. We already know that the entire Kepler series will be PCI-E 3.0 compliant. For a $100 more than HD7970 you will be getting almost a 45% faster card, now you might have guessed, GTX680 is priced at $649 and will be released in April 2012. Entire Kepler series is being manufactured on TSMCís 28nm technology. Another rumor that had spread earlier was that Nvidia will be skipping 600 series and will use 700 series for their Kepler series, but now itís been made clear that, Nvidia is not going to skip GTX600 series. Now you can see the specifications, price point and release date of Nvidia Kepler series GPUs.
    Kepler based Nvidia GTX 600 series GPUs Ė Highlights
    Nvidia Kepler GTX690

    750MHz Core clock
    2◊1.75 GB 4.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    2◊1024 Stream Processors
    2x448bit Bus Width
    Priced at $999

    Both AMD and Nvidia are following the same trend in maintaining the order of the series in GPUs. Like HD 7990, GTX 690 has a core clock lesser than GTX 680 and Bus width similar to GTX 670. Compared to AMD HD 7990′s price point of $ 849, GTX 690 is priced at $ 999. But comparing to the performance the GTX 690 can offer, HD 7990 is definitely over priced, and sure AMD has to reduce their prices drastically after the release of GTX 600 kepler series.
    Nvidia Kepler GTX680

    850MHz Core clock
    2 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    1024 Stream Processors
    512bit Bus Width
    Priced at $649
    45% faster than HD 7970

    Nvidia has a clear winner in its hands and thatís why they have commented that they had expected much more from AMD. But still we already know that AMD is preparing its revised GCN HD 8000 series graphic cards, which may be release in the latter half of this year.
    Nvidia Kepler GTX670

    850MHz Core clock
    1.75 GB 5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    896 Stream Processors
    448bit Bus Width
    Priced at $499
    20% faster than HD 7970

    Nvidia Kepler GTX660Ti

    850MHz Core clock
    1.5 GB 5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    768 Stream Processors
    384bit Bus Width
    Priced at $399
    10% faster than HD 7950

    Nvidia Kepler GTX660

    900MHz Core clock
    2 GB 5.8GHz GDDR5 Memory
    512 Stream Processors
    256bit Bus Width
    Priced at $319
    Performance similar to GTX580

    Nvidia Kepler GTX650Ti

    850MHz Core clock
    1.75 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    448 Stream Processors
    224bit Bus Width
    Priced at $249
    Performance similar to GTX570

    Nvidia Kepler GTX650

    900MHz Core clock
    1.5 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    256 Stream Processors
    292bit Bus Width
    Priced at $179
    Performance similar to GTX560

    Nvidia Kepler GTX640

    850MHz Core clock
    2 GB 5.5GHz GDDR5 Memory
    192 Stream Processors
    128bit Bus Width
    Priced at $139
    Performance similar to GTX550Ti

    Nvidia Kepler based GTX 690, GTX 680, GTX 670, GTX 660Ti, GTX 660, GTX 650Ti, GTX 650 and GTX 640 Specifications








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    Something is not right what are these based on I need to see some real world comparisons not just a spec sheet
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    Lol again I call fake. (while praying that its real).
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    Its obviously fake 45% jump on their flagship card cmon, no way AMD can drop the ball like that and did you see the site lenzfire.com sounds like a bad 90's website
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    Those bus bandwidth figure seems really strange. I mean 384 is already expensive to make much less 512 bits. Well we already know AMD is sandbagging these first set of cards as they have not increased the ROPS from previous generations and look at the performance they are getting. Nvidia should win this round but I know AMD have something up their sleeves. I just think graphics is getting to a point to where there is so much power available it probably will not matter which side you pick.
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