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Gtx 650 released on september 13th ?

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September 7, 2012 1:29:42 PM

is this article accurate ?

http://wccftech.com/evga-geforce-gtx-660-gtx-650-pictur...

How good will it be and what can it be compared to with these stats

The EVGA GTX 650 is based on the GK107 architecture and packs 384 cores and a 1GB memory running along a 128-bit interface. The GPU also requires a single 6 Pin connector for power and clocks are maintained at 1058MHz without Boost.

September 7, 2012 2:54:43 PM

If it is accurate, I'm a bit disappointed on the 650 specs, it looks like an OC'd 640, tbh. But they are using gddr5 for it instead of the gddr3 they slapped on the 640, I can't wait for it to come out and see how well it does against the 7770.
September 7, 2012 4:59:09 PM

The geforce 600 series so far has looked too high end for most consumers
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September 7, 2012 6:48:03 PM

Nvidia hasn't been seriously competing in the low end since the 500 series. I think they have more or less conceded the sub $150 market to AMD and are focusing all their efforts on the really high end stuff, leaving lots of gaps in the midrange market to AMD as well.

Kepler has been out for 6 months, and we only just recently saw the launch of a sub $400 card that is worth anything (the horribly overpriced GT 640 and rebadged 500 series cards for the OEMs don't count). Nvidia really needs to step up their game in these lower market segments unless all they want to do is cater exclusively to the enthusiast crowd that is willing to spend $ 400 to 500 for the latest and greatest card.
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September 7, 2012 7:08:55 PM

Supernova1138 said:
Nvidia hasn't been seriously competing in the low end since the 500 series. I think they have more or less conceded the sub $150 market to AMD and are focusing all their efforts on the really high end stuff, leaving lots of gaps in the midrange market to AMD as well.

Kepler has been out for 6 months, and we only just recently saw the launch of a sub $400 card that is worth anything (the horribly overpriced GT 640 and rebadged 500 series cards for the OEMs don't count). Nvidia really needs to step up their game in these lower market segments unless all they want to do is cater exclusively to the enthusiast crowd that is willing to spend $ 400 to 500 for the latest and greatest card.


Actually, They haven't been aggressively competing in the mid to low end since the 9/200 series. I wish they were though.
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September 8, 2012 1:47:51 AM

The GK106 is rumored to have 960 shaders, I've seen die shots and its only around 80% of the size of the GK104. Still going to be a little costly I assume.
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September 8, 2012 2:33:05 AM

Looking how they priced 640.... :pfff: 

It not that exciting anymore.... (hope I'm wrong)
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