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LEAK NVIDIA KEPLER GK107 BENCHMARK VIDEOs

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February 22, 2012 11:06:14 PM



Just found this and posted it on my website. 3dmark 06 and 3dmark 11 benchmarks of gk107

http://postfrozen.com/




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February 23, 2012 6:27:37 AM

They said it is an entry level GPU, so what card is it, can not find any reference information or specification about GK107. Or maybe it is just rumor or fake .
Damn if it is true that an entry level card can dominate my GTX 550 ti by 1000 GPU points, i will throw mine right away.
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February 23, 2012 6:50:53 AM

troll much...
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February 23, 2012 6:59:56 AM

Angelica0711 said:
They said it is an entry level GPU, so what card is it, can not find any reference information or specification about GK107. Or maybe it is just rumor or fake .
Damn if it is true that an entry level card can dominate my GTX 550 ti by 1000 GPU points, i will throw mine right away.

550ti is considered an entry level gaming card and even at that not a very good one LOL.
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February 23, 2012 7:35:30 AM

Boopoo said:
550ti is considered an entry level gaming card and even at that not a very good one LOL.



No, a 550Ti will do you very well at lower resolutions, 1600 x 900, heck it even performs pretty nicely at 1920 x 1080, I consider the 5670/6670 entry level
February 23, 2012 7:43:50 AM

Well, if GTX 550 ti were entry-level, then they should call Gt 440, Gt 430 and Gt 520... sub-entry-level GPUS ROFL.
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February 23, 2012 7:50:11 AM

mouse24 said:
No, a 550Ti will do you very well at lower resolutions, 1600 x 900, heck it even performs pretty nicely at 1920 x 1080, I consider the 5670/6670 entry level

Well it is ok at that resolution, unfortuenatly it sucks at DX11 games. I have a 550ti myself and I had a 1600x900 monitor. Not really that good of a card.
February 23, 2012 7:56:42 AM

In my opinion,GTX 550 ti is good enough considering its price, but not good enough for gaming these days.
February 23, 2012 7:57:06 AM

Angelica0711 said:
Well, if GTX 550 ti were entry-level, then they should call Gt 440, Gt 430 and Gt 520... sub-entry-level GPUS ROFL.

Nobody honesty wants to game at any res with anything less than a GTX 460 or Radeon HD 6850 cause the price is affordable in relativity and the performance is soild across many games Maxed DX11 etc etc whereas 550ti chokes when the going gets rough not to mention it's priced to high and to close to a good 6850. PS even my Golden moldy oldy GTX 275 puts the much newer 550ti to shame LOL.
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February 23, 2012 7:57:23 AM

Not good for the price, you can get a 6850 or a 460 for the same price as a 550ti.
February 23, 2012 8:20:09 AM

Already know that, but i find it more familiar to use Nvidia Card and its Control Panel than AMD ATi card and its Catalyst Control Center, i used to use a 8600gt for a few years since it was released. So again, when buying new card to replace my old 8600gt, i chose Nvidia.
GTX 550 ti is weaker than GTX 460 and a few bucks cheaper.A few bucks more is affordable but i just think GTX 460 is not really a good optimized card, people buy it because it is good considering its price. Well, considering a 336 Shader Processors vs a 192 Shader Processors, both are CUDA architecture-code named “Fermi”, why a GTX 460 is only 17~30% better than a GTX 550 ti depending on games we are playing, and it consumes approximately 40~50% more power not mentioning hotter than GTX 550 ti. I had a hard time to decide but i still decided to go for a GTX 550 ti when i saw the MSI GTX 550 ti Cyclone II OC, well it is damn cool for a card that use a 6-PIN power connector.
February 23, 2012 8:26:03 AM

Angelica0711 said:
Already know that, but i find it more familiar to use Nvidia Card and its Control Panel than AMD ATi card and its Catalyst Control Center, i used to use a 8600gt for a few years since it was released. So again, when buying new card to replace my old 8600gt, i chose Nvidia.
GTX 550 ti is weaker than GTX 460 and a few bucks cheaper.A few bucks more is affordable but i just think GTX 460 is not really a good optimized card, people buy it because it is good considering its price. Well, considering a 336 Shader Processors vs a 192 Shader Processors, both are CUDA architecture-code named “Fermi”, why a GTX 460 is only 17~30% better than a GTX 550 ti depending on games we are playing, and it consumes approximately 40~50% more power not mentioning hotter than GTX 550 ti. I had a hard time to decide but i still decided to go for a GTX 550 ti when i saw the MSI GTX 550 ti Cyclone II OC, well it is damn cool for a card that use a 6-PIN power connector.

GTX 460 is considered one of Nvidia's best cards ever made.
February 23, 2012 8:33:58 AM

joemehnert said:


Just found this and posted it on my website. 3dmark 06 and 3dmark 11 benchmarks of gk107

http://postfrozen.com/




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Interesting. Cross my fingers to get the best card to replace my old AMD card!
February 23, 2012 8:34:45 AM

Why don't you understand, plz? I am not saying that GTX 460 is bad, for its price now, if people buy it, they call it money-well-spent. I just tried to see things from a different point of view, and unfortunately that point of view somehow convinced me that at least GTX 550 ti was not wasting its potential power and it was still good enough for my 20 inch LCD :) 
February 23, 2012 8:40:12 AM

Angelica0711 said:
Why don't you understand, plz? I am not saying that GTX 460 is bad, for its price now, if people buy it, they call it money-well-spent. I just tried to see things from a different point of view, and unfortunately that point of view somehow convinced me that at least GTX 550 ti was not wasting its potential power and it was still good enough for my 20 inch LCD :) 

Put it this way the GTX 460 or 6850 can be had for the same price as 550ti near enough anyway and will be the difference between playing at ultra with full AA/AF or settings turned down a bit and AA/AF low or off on the 550ti. Ps 6850 is you best bet.
February 23, 2012 8:48:05 AM

Last year, i suggested one of my friends that he should buy a HD 6850. And yes, it is really good, and even better bet than a gtx 460. I was quite happy because i gave a good advice to my friend. But after a couple of months, it was my time to decide, and i could not get away from the habit of using Nvidia cards, and my story began as i told you :) 
February 23, 2012 8:52:54 AM

Angelica0711 said:
Last year, i suggested one of my friends that he should buy a HD 6850. And yes, it is really good, and even better bet than a gtx 460. I was quite happy because i gave a good advice to my friend. But after a couple of months, it was my time to decide, and i could not get away from the habit of using Nvidia cards, and my story began as i told you :) 

If you like Nvidia GTX 460 min if Radeon 6850 min for decent competent gaming on most games.
February 23, 2012 9:07:36 AM

Agreed with that, however i spent my money on GTX 550 ti last year and there are some technical reasons that i mentioned made me quite satisfied with this choice, without any regret. And if i were to upgrade my VGA this year, not last year, well, i would definitely wait for the next generation to come out and decide :)  Forget about the gtx 460 and hd6850 because we are having a whole new generation coming out this year and they are built using the 28nm process, not 40nm anymore.
they can be more expensive but it worths spending money on them.
February 23, 2012 9:17:57 AM

Angelica0711 said:
Agreed with that, however i spent my money on GTX 550 ti last year and there are some technical reasons that i mentioned made me quite satisfied with this choice, without any regret. And if i were to upgrade my VGA this year, not last year, well, i would definitely wait for the next generation to come out and decide :)  Forget about the gtx 460 and hd6850 because we are having a whole new generation coming out this year and they are built using the 28nm process, not 40nm anymore.
they can be more expensive but it worths spending money on them.

LOL nothing will change Radeons low end is out and it solidify the 6850 as the best deal going so I would pick one up before they EOL them. The new Nvidia cards will not change much it will be business as usual you want faster you pay more if you are on a budget HD 6850, 6870 GTX 5\460 are still the cards to beat even when the 78xx comes out.
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February 23, 2012 9:20:47 AM

Well, this topic hasn't derailed at all...
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February 23, 2012 9:24:37 AM

Boopoo is rght on those 460's. I get 3894 3DMark 11 with a stock clocked EVGA 460 SE 763/1526/1900 and an I5- 2400 GHz. 1920X1080 monitor.
With SLI'ed 460's clocked to 840/1680/2000 the score shoots up to 23074 3D Marks Vantage with a 2500K clocked $3.2GHZ, I was running a comparison with an AMD 1090T BE and a 580 card.
I won...

ed: oops! That 23074 score is PC mark Vantage. Not sure of the difference between Vantage and Mark 11 except that Mark 11 is tuned for Direct X 11
The 3d Mark 11 score is a 460 SE and an I5-2400
February 23, 2012 9:25:11 AM

deadjon said:
Well, this topic hasn't derailed at all...

It was a train wreck from word one by design LOL IMHO
February 23, 2012 9:38:16 AM

well, HD 7770 and HD7750 is quite a disappointment. If AMD new mid-range is all the same, nothing enough to be called an improvement, then Nvidia will surely play this round the same way and customers will not have anything enough to be called "benefit" from it.
I have a bad feeling about this, AMD may be playing some tricks, waiting for nvidia to release their new GPUs then suddenly release a new driver that really help improve their HD7000 performance LOL. Let's just hope so even it is not likely to be like that.
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February 23, 2012 9:51:06 AM

Yeah, AMD is waiting to release new drivers just like they waited for Windows 7 tweaks to fix the Bulldozer.
I really don't want to see AMD fail but someone needs to get their fecal matter together in the front office.
February 23, 2012 9:52:50 AM

Angelica0711 said:
well, HD 7770 and HD7750 is quite a disappointment. If AMD new mid-range is all the same, nothing enough to be called an improvement, then Nvidia will surely play this round the same way and customers will not have anything enough to be called "benefit" from it.
I have a bad feeling about this, AMD may be playing some tricks, waiting for nvidia to release their new GPUs then suddenly release a new driver that really help improve their HD7000 performance LOL. Let's just hope so even it is not likely to be like that.

Well you have to remember that the 77xx are Radeons new Low end GPUs and they are as fast as the last gen mid range GPUs so they are really pretty good just pricing was a bit on the high side. 7850 will be a bit faster than GTX 560ti and 7870 will be a bit faster than 570 and 7890 will sandwich the 580 between the 7950
February 23, 2012 9:56:50 AM

DelroyMonjo said:
Yeah, AMD is waiting to release new drivers just like they waited for Windows 7 tweaks to fix the Bulldozer.
I really don't want to see AMD fail but someone needs to get their fecal matter together in the front office.

For Nvidias sake they will have to come out with a GPU to replace there 580 that literally would be like two GTX 580s in one chip I dont think they will come close to that mark they are still behind a generation on die shrinks.
February 23, 2012 10:27:04 AM

Because you mentioned about the 78xx coming out, so i said mid-range and i used it to mention about the HD 7850 and HD 7870. However i still consider that AMD places the HD7770 and HD7750 at that price range to declare they are technically the successors to the HD6770 and HD 6750. So i stated that HD7770 and HD7750 are a disappointment and this disappointment also includes their price. Their price may drop later but at this moment people surely are not satisfied with them due to their price/performance rate.

And i talked about a fairy tale that AMD would release a new driver to improve their new GPUS performance because i wished it would be true, not because i love AMD or some kind like that. I wished because i wanted Nvidia to take it seriously,to release every of their cards with full potential performance and to place them at good prices that everyone will go for them without any arguments. And i wished that because i'd like to see AMD Ati challenge Nvidia even harder and i wished that because i like Nvidia better than AMD.
February 23, 2012 10:31:07 AM

It's true that Intel manufactures superior CPU's. I do believe though, that as we see the continued convergence of the CPU and GPU onto a single die, that AMD has and will continue to have an obvious advantage having acquired ATI.

If intel could team up with Nvidia (this only makes sense to me apparently..??)...THAT would be awesome. I mean, I'd actually prefer to see them team up with AMD/ATI bc ATI chips are generally much less power hungry and it'd allow them to clock their new CPU/GPU's to a higher clock bc less heat prob, but that'll never happen.

Anyway, in a year or two, the vast majority of people will really not need a dedicated video card. These new combo chips will be doing a pretty damn good job of 3D rendering and video playback, program support ect.. It's a pretty exciting time :D 
February 23, 2012 10:45:17 AM

masterofevil22 said:
It's true that Intel manufactures superior CPU's. I do believe though, that as we see the continued convergence of the CPU and GPU onto a single die, that AMD has and will continue to have an obvious advantage having acquired ATI.

If intel could team up with Nvidia (this only makes sense to me apparently..??)...THAT would be awesome. I mean, I'd actually prefer to see them team up with AMD/ATI bc ATI chips are generally much less power hungry and it'd allow them to clock their new CPU/GPU's to a higher clock bc less heat prob, but that'll never happen.

Anyway, in a year or two, the vast majority of people will really not need a dedicated video card. These new combo chips will be doing a pretty damn good job of 3D rendering and video playback, program support ect.. It's a pretty exciting time :D 

There will still be a need of dedicated discrete GPUs in the future to run 2K and 4K monitors but for the mass majority of gamers an APU will fit the bill like you say.
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February 23, 2012 11:47:14 AM

Guys Guys, come on why does it always have to be a AMD Fanboys argument, when the original post was to be directed at all. Let us NVIDIA people have our hopes and dreams on our side of the pasture. Why must you guys always wait for a post such as this to say, This card is better well no dip its better. What video card can't be better than a low end. the purpose of the card is to do what its designed for. Nothing more nothing less. I mean you can't expect it to come out and be ready to play every game on Ultra like every other card. Its made for the end user to do what they need nothing more nothing less. Now lets get back on topic. KEPLER. what this post is actually titled not 7970 is better than this and that and the speculation about the 550 ti is gonna be the next whatever. Its all new idk what speculation you view it. Its all new technology.
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February 23, 2012 12:57:54 PM

550ti sucks without some overclocking, get it to 1.05ghz and then it becomes a better card.
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February 23, 2012 1:28:44 PM

amuffin said:
550ti sucks without some overclocking, get it to 1.05ghz and then it becomes a better card.

I noticed you have the same SLI setup, are you getting kepler. Just a question from one NVIDIA fan to another. I mean do you think its gonna be worth it to upgrade?
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February 23, 2012 2:24:42 PM

Unfortunately Nvidia has nothing that Intel wants
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February 23, 2012 3:17:57 PM

I understand the appeal of not having to buy a video card to play games.

But who in the hell wants to be stuck with CPU/GPU being tied together and the added inability to upgrade one or the other when they become a bottleneck?

No thank you, I like my discrete GPU.
February 23, 2012 11:29:02 PM

cliffro said:
I understand the appeal of not having to buy a video card to play games.

But who in the hell wants to be stuck with CPU/GPU being tied together and the added inability to upgrade one or the other when they become a bottleneck?

No thank you, I like my discrete GPU.

Exactly. ^^^^ +1
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February 26, 2012 5:39:10 AM

Rockdpm said:
I noticed you have the same SLI setup, are you getting kepler. Just a question from one NVIDIA fan to another. I mean do you think its gonna be worth it to upgrade?

We just need to wait and see :whistle: 
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February 26, 2012 5:41:13 PM

amuffin said:
We just need to wait and see :whistle: 

Yea i guess your right about that :D 
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