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[font="Verdana, Tahoma,"]Rumored Specifications for the GeForce GTX 670 Ti:[/font]

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[list][*]4 Graphics Processing Clusters (GPC)[*]7 SMX Units (192 CUDA cores per units)[*]1344 CUDA Cores[*]112 Texture Units (TU)[*]32 Raster Units (ROP)[*]256-bit Memory Controller[*]2 GB GDDR5 Memory[*]Estimated base core clock of 900 MHz (boost clock not known)[*]Estimated 1250 MHz (5.00 GHz GDDR5 effective) memory clock, with around 160 GB/s memory bandwidth[*]Estimated price $349-399 dollars[/list]
Story at [url="http://www.tomshardware.com/news/geforce-GK104-Kepler-GTX670_Ti-GTX670,15235.html"]Tom's Hardware[/url]

also here
[url="http://www.legitreviews.com/news/12786/"]http://www.legitreviews.com/news/12786/[/url]
Rumored Specifications for the GeForce GTX 670 Ti:







  • 4 Graphics Processing Clusters (GPC)[*]7 SMX Units (192 CUDA cores per units)[*]1344 CUDA Cores[*]112 Texture Units (TU)[*]32 Raster Units (ROP)[*]256-bit Memory Controller[*]2 GB GDDR5 Memory[*]Estimated base core clock of 900 MHz (boost clock not known)[*]Estimated 1250 MHz (5.00 GHz GDDR5 effective) memory clock, with around 160 GB/s memory bandwidth[*]Estimated price $349-399 dollars

Story at Tom's Hardware



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#1
Posted 04/06/2012 03:31 PM   
Should be a really good card for the price point.
Should be a really good card for the price point.

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Posted 04/06/2012 03:48 PM   
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#3
Posted 04/11/2012 05:31 PM   
Im anxious to see how the 67°c compares to the 580 because they will be priced close. Why should I buy a 670 over the 580?
Im anxious to see how the 67°c compares to the 580 because they will be priced close. Why should I buy a 670 over the 580?



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#4
Posted 04/11/2012 05:39 PM   
[quote name='Luke_SLI' date='11 April 2012 - 06:39 PM' timestamp='1334165988' post='1394917']
Im anxious to see how the 67°c compares to the 580 because they will be priced close. Why should I buy a 670 over the 580?
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Well obviously because it is a higher number Luke /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />

I'm sure the answer to your question will be come clear as details come out. You can certainly guarantee a portion of this answer will be much better performance per watt, which should be damn impressive judging by the 680 - which will be more than enough reason for many.
[quote name='Luke_SLI' date='11 April 2012 - 06:39 PM' timestamp='1334165988' post='1394917']

Im anxious to see how the 67°c compares to the 580 because they will be priced close. Why should I buy a 670 over the 580?





Well obviously because it is a higher number Luke /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />



I'm sure the answer to your question will be come clear as details come out. You can certainly guarantee a portion of this answer will be much better performance per watt, which should be damn impressive judging by the 680 - which will be more than enough reason for many.

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#5
Posted 04/11/2012 07:48 PM   
[quote name='jimbonbon' date='11 April 2012 - 12:48 PM' timestamp='1334173699' post='1394993']
Well obviously because it is a higher number Luke /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />

I'm sure the answer to your question will be come clear as details come out. You can certainly guarantee a portion of this answer will be much better performance per watt, which should be damn impressive judging by the 680 - which will be more than enough reason for many.
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It would certainly make more sense in my media pc than a 580.
[quote name='jimbonbon' date='11 April 2012 - 12:48 PM' timestamp='1334173699' post='1394993']

Well obviously because it is a higher number Luke /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />



I'm sure the answer to your question will be come clear as details come out. You can certainly guarantee a portion of this answer will be much better performance per watt, which should be damn impressive judging by the 680 - which will be more than enough reason for many.







It would certainly make more sense in my media pc than a 580.



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#6
Posted 04/11/2012 08:12 PM   
Someone brought this up before and I think it's worth discussing here as it pertains directly to the 670 Ti:

Think about this:

Right now, the 680 is at $499 from most manufacturers, while it's rival, the 7970 is at $549 in most cases... Speculation has been it's because the 680 is not in stock en-masse, yet. IF the 670 performs similarly comparatively speaking, to the 680 as the 570 did to the 580, that would mean it's performance will meet a 7950 quite effectively in most categories, and probably beat it at resolutions lower than 1080p soundly.

At the $349-$399 price point, and with the 690/7990 in the pipeline and coming soon along with the 670 Ti... you have to wonder, will this be the card that drives down the others prices finally? Will the 7990 do it first? My expectation is the combination of the 7990 and 670 Ti coming out will result in the 7970 dropping to below or right at 680 price tags.

If the 670 Ti performs in line with the 570/580 comparison, it's going to be one beast of a high-midrange card.

Can't wait to see benchmarks /wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
Someone brought this up before and I think it's worth discussing here as it pertains directly to the 670 Ti:



Think about this:



Right now, the 680 is at $499 from most manufacturers, while it's rival, the 7970 is at $549 in most cases... Speculation has been it's because the 680 is not in stock en-masse, yet. IF the 670 performs similarly comparatively speaking, to the 680 as the 570 did to the 580, that would mean it's performance will meet a 7950 quite effectively in most categories, and probably beat it at resolutions lower than 1080p soundly.



At the $349-$399 price point, and with the 690/7990 in the pipeline and coming soon along with the 670 Ti... you have to wonder, will this be the card that drives down the others prices finally? Will the 7990 do it first? My expectation is the combination of the 7990 and 670 Ti coming out will result in the 7970 dropping to below or right at 680 price tags.



If the 670 Ti performs in line with the 570/580 comparison, it's going to be one beast of a high-midrange card.



Can't wait to see benchmarks /wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



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#7
Posted 04/12/2012 07:23 AM   
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='12 April 2012 - 12:23 AM' timestamp='1334215429' post='1395194']

At the $349-$399 price point, and with the 690/7990 in the pipeline and coming soon along with the 670 Ti... you have to wonder, will this be the card that drives down the others prices finally? Will the 7990 do it first? My expectation is the combination of the 7990 and 670 Ti coming out will result in the 7970 dropping to below or right at 680 price tags.
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I'm willing to bet both companies dual gpu solutions are $800 cards and they will not effect the pricing of the rest of the line ups.
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='12 April 2012 - 12:23 AM' timestamp='1334215429' post='1395194']



At the $349-$399 price point, and with the 690/7990 in the pipeline and coming soon along with the 670 Ti... you have to wonder, will this be the card that drives down the others prices finally? Will the 7990 do it first? My expectation is the combination of the 7990 and 670 Ti coming out will result in the 7970 dropping to below or right at 680 price tags.







I'm willing to bet both companies dual gpu solutions are $800 cards and they will not effect the pricing of the rest of the line ups.



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#8
Posted 04/12/2012 11:40 AM   
yeah the price I seen for the 690 was $799
yeah the price I seen for the 690 was $799



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#9
Posted 04/12/2012 03:40 PM   
That's a typical release price. I imagine it'll level out to $750 as will the 7990, a few weeks after release, just like the 6990 did.

I really think the 670 Ti will be a price-tag changer on the other side of the fence though... at least I hope so. X_X I really want TriFire. lol
That's a typical release price. I imagine it'll level out to $750 as will the 7990, a few weeks after release, just like the 6990 did.



I really think the 670 Ti will be a price-tag changer on the other side of the fence though... at least I hope so. X_X I really want TriFire. lol



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#10
Posted 04/12/2012 07:43 PM   
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='12 April 2012 - 07:43 PM' timestamp='1334259805' post='1395460']
That's a typical release price. I imagine it'll level out to $750 as will the 7990, a few weeks after release, just like the 6990 did.

I really think the 670 Ti will be a price-tag changer on the other side of the fence though... at least I hope so. X_X I really want TriFire. lol
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It's worth noting 4x 680 can max BF3 at 4k res at a very playable +90 FPS.

I'm toting just a single 680 right now and I'm blown away at how cold even the ref model runs in a Silverstone Fortress 2 case. How even very complex games like BF3, Wargame European Escaltion, Shogun 2 are flawless in 3d at 1080p on a single GTX 680 in everyway they are not on even a OC'ed GTX 580.

GTX 670 could be a real killer card. SLi 2x or 3x 670 is a lot of power. Even complex games like BF3 on Ultra are going to be silky smooth even in 3d surround with 28nm and Kepler. Factor in Hex core Ivy bridge sooner than later and games PC have really just got a boost.
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='12 April 2012 - 07:43 PM' timestamp='1334259805' post='1395460']

That's a typical release price. I imagine it'll level out to $750 as will the 7990, a few weeks after release, just like the 6990 did.



I really think the 670 Ti will be a price-tag changer on the other side of the fence though... at least I hope so. X_X I really want TriFire. lol





It's worth noting 4x 680 can max BF3 at 4k res at a very playable +90 FPS.



I'm toting just a single 680 right now and I'm blown away at how cold even the ref model runs in a Silverstone Fortress 2 case. How even very complex games like BF3, Wargame European Escaltion, Shogun 2 are flawless in 3d at 1080p on a single GTX 680 in everyway they are not on even a OC'ed GTX 580.



GTX 670 could be a real killer card. SLi 2x or 3x 670 is a lot of power. Even complex games like BF3 on Ultra are going to be silky smooth even in 3d surround with 28nm and Kepler. Factor in Hex core Ivy bridge sooner than later and games PC have really just got a boost.

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#11
Posted 04/12/2012 09:31 PM   
[quote name='dirtylarryuk' date='12 April 2012 - 05:31 PM' timestamp='1334266281' post='1395504']
It's worth noting 4x 680 can max BF3 at 4k res at a very playable +90 FPS.
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[i]As in 4096 x 2160?[/i]

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[quote name='dirtylarryuk' date='12 April 2012 - 05:31 PM' timestamp='1334266281' post='1395504']

It's worth noting 4x 680 can max BF3 at 4k res at a very playable +90 FPS.





As in 4096 x 2160?



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#12
Posted 04/12/2012 09:56 PM   
[quote name='Righthooks' date='12 April 2012 - 03:56 PM' timestamp='1334267803' post='1395516']
[i]As in 4096 x 2160?[/i]

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Somethin' like that, but as I pointed out over at Trub forums where that 4x 680 chart was posted, there's no way in heck they're runnin' 4xMSAA at that resolution and maintaining that FPS, because the 680 only has 2GB of vRAM, and I've seen people posting up 1600-1800MB of vRAM usage at 5760x1080p, which is about 2million pixels LESS than 4k resolution. I do not see 2GBs of vRAM on the 680 being enough for that. Only thing I can think of is they're running max settings with FXAA only and no MSAA applied... cuz 130FPS at maximum settings and 9million pixels? No way. 'specially not with the driver issues review sites have had with 4-Way SLi so far.
[quote name='Righthooks' date='12 April 2012 - 03:56 PM' timestamp='1334267803' post='1395516']

As in 4096 x 2160?



-Hooks





Somethin' like that, but as I pointed out over at Trub forums where that 4x 680 chart was posted, there's no way in heck they're runnin' 4xMSAA at that resolution and maintaining that FPS, because the 680 only has 2GB of vRAM, and I've seen people posting up 1600-1800MB of vRAM usage at 5760x1080p, which is about 2million pixels LESS than 4k resolution. I do not see 2GBs of vRAM on the 680 being enough for that. Only thing I can think of is they're running max settings with FXAA only and no MSAA applied... cuz 130FPS at maximum settings and 9million pixels? No way. 'specially not with the driver issues review sites have had with 4-Way SLi so far.



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#13
Posted 04/13/2012 07:07 AM   
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='13 April 2012 - 12:37 PM' timestamp='1334300822' post='1395676']
Somethin' like that, but as I pointed out over at Trub forums where that 4x 680 chart was posted, there's no way in heck they're runnin' 4xMSAA at that resolution and maintaining that FPS, because the 680 only has 2GB of vRAM, and I've seen people posting up 1600-1800MB of vRAM usage at 5760x1080p, which is about 2million pixels LESS than 4k resolution. I do not see 2GBs of vRAM on the 680 being enough for that. Only thing I can think of is they're running max settings with FXAA only and no MSAA applied... cuz 130FPS at maximum settings and 9million pixels? No way. 'specially not with the driver issues review sites have had with 4-Way SLi so far.
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I get 1.7-1.8GB of usage in 1680x1050 O_o

I'd expect 2GB+ in 5760x1080.
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='13 April 2012 - 12:37 PM' timestamp='1334300822' post='1395676']

Somethin' like that, but as I pointed out over at Trub forums where that 4x 680 chart was posted, there's no way in heck they're runnin' 4xMSAA at that resolution and maintaining that FPS, because the 680 only has 2GB of vRAM, and I've seen people posting up 1600-1800MB of vRAM usage at 5760x1080p, which is about 2million pixels LESS than 4k resolution. I do not see 2GBs of vRAM on the 680 being enough for that. Only thing I can think of is they're running max settings with FXAA only and no MSAA applied... cuz 130FPS at maximum settings and 9million pixels? No way. 'specially not with the driver issues review sites have had with 4-Way SLi so far.





I get 1.7-1.8GB of usage in 1680x1050 O_o



I'd expect 2GB+ in 5760x1080.

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#14
Posted 04/13/2012 10:36 AM   
[quote name='Ultimate PC Man' date='13 April 2012 - 11:36 AM' timestamp='1334313402' post='1395736']
I get 1.7-1.8GB of usage in 1680x1050 O_o

I'd expect 2GB+ in 5760x1080.
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[quote name='Ultimate PC Man' date='13 April 2012 - 11:36 AM' timestamp='1334313402' post='1395736']

I get 1.7-1.8GB of usage in 1680x1050 O_o



I'd expect 2GB+ in 5760x1080.





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