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Supposed Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 GPU-Z Hits Chinese Forum

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A GPU-Z screenshot of the GTX 760 has been leaked, and the specifications it shows are a little different from what we had expected.

A user over at the chiphell forums has leaked an image of a GPU-Z screenshot of the GTX 760 graphics card. While initially we had thought that the GTX 760 would simply be a re-badged GTX 670, it appears now that it isn't. Instead, it's a lot more similar to the GTX 660 Ti, except with some higher clock speeds.

The card is said to feature a GK104 GPU that is built on a 28 nm lithography. It will feature 1152 CUDA cores, 32 ROPs, and 96 TMUs. The GPU has been clocked at a core speed of 1072 MHz with a boost speed of 1111 MHz. The memory also got a boost -- now it runs at an effective speed of 7.0 GHz and over a 256-bit wide memory interface. It does still pack 2 GB of GDDR5 memory.

One thing to note, though, is that the screenshot doesn't indicate specifically that this is the GTX 760. For all we know, the title of the forum post might be wrong, and this screenshot might be that of, say, a GTX 750. We won't know until later.

Little else is known about the cards for now, though they are rumored to launch this month with an expected MSRP of $299.

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    nitrium , June 17, 2013 3:16 PM
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    While initially we had thought that the GTX 760 would simply be a re-badged GTX 670, it appears now that it isn't. Instead, it's a lot more similar to the GTX 660 Ti, except with some higher clock speeds.

    No that actually makes perfect sense. The 760 is a rebadged 660Ti and the upcoming 760Ti will be the rebadged 670.
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    bison88 , June 17, 2013 3:37 PM
    So in other words, it's a bigger disappointment than people originally speculated. Nothing surprising since the 700 Series is really just re-branded 600 cards with the 780 the only real new design if you want to call it that given they spoiled the design months ago with the Titan.

    Besides the price drops there isn't really anything interesting about the 700 Series besides the GTX 780. Still surprising how the GTX 770 outperforms the GTX 680, yet retailers are still selling the 680 between 15-40% higher.
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    bison88 , June 17, 2013 3:37 PM
    Why u double post Toms. Change this crappy comment system back.
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    samuelspark , June 17, 2013 4:01 PM
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    While initially we had thought that the GTX 760 would simply be a re-badged GTX 670, it appears now that it isn't. Instead, it's a lot more similar to the GTX 660 Ti, except with some higher clock speeds.

    No that actually makes perfect sense. The 760 is a rebadged 660Ti and the upcoming 760Ti will be the rebadged 670.


    There is no 760 Ti. That's the thing.
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    irish_adam , June 17, 2013 4:38 PM
    I swear nvidia's rebranding of products now confuses the hell out of me, i dont know what architecture is what now. It seems like you're lucky if only the top 1-2 products use new designs and the rest are just re-badged. I know AMD do it as well but normally they'll give you at least 4 new cards
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    10tacle , June 17, 2013 6:09 PM
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    Still surprising how the GTX 770 outperforms the GTX 680, yet retailers are still selling the 680 between 15-40% higher.


    Not quite so anymore with some 680 models - at least in the US. I've been waiting to purchase a second 680 to support a 2560x1440 monitor upgrade. The EGVA Superclocked model 02G-P4-2682-KR was originally $519 when I bought it last summer. Now it's $429 (but not in stock and may never be again). In any event, cannot justify paying the approximate same price that a better card can be bought at but will be forced to. I would more than break even on overall comparable expense of two 770s vs. two 680s even if I dump my 680 for a fair asking price of $325 and spend $840 on two 770s. ($840 for two 770s vs. $520 for 680 #1 and $420 for 680 #2 for a total of $940 for the two 680s). Throwing in that $325 for the sold 680 and it takes the sting out of the two 770s even more.

    In any event I'm VERY disappointed in the lack of major price dropping like we've seen with previous generations when a new card came out (the GTX 275/85 dropped 40% or more within a month of the 470/80 release).
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    jrharbort , June 17, 2013 9:09 PM
    The change to a 256bit bus should also solve the memory issues that plagued the older 660 and 660Ti that used mixed memory densities (assuming they're not still using mixed densities).
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    24oz , June 17, 2013 9:20 PM
    I guess I am good with my 670 I bought in November.
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    nitrium , June 18, 2013 4:00 AM
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    While initially we had thought that the GTX 760 would simply be a re-badged GTX 670, it appears now that it isn't. Instead, it's a lot more similar to the GTX 660 Ti, except with some higher clock speeds.

    No that actually makes perfect sense. The 760 is a rebadged 660Ti and the upcoming 760Ti will be the rebadged 670.


    There is no 760 Ti. That's the thing.

    Just wait. Nvidia hasn't finished with their rebranding yet. The 760Ti is sure to be released shortly: what else are they going to do with the all the 670 parts they are still manufacturing?

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    jack1982 , June 18, 2013 5:06 AM
    This is extremely disappointing. I just built my gaming PC and was waiting for the 760 to come out to buy my video card, I was really looking forward to getting a 670 for a 660 Ti price. I guess now I can hope this is some lower priced thing and they'll come out with a 760 Ti in a few weeks that will be a rebranded 670 for $300. Otherwise I may as well spend the extra money and just get a 670. This removing CUDA cores and then overclocking the hell out of the thing just to get performance back to where it was in the first place doesn't appeal to me.
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    Gamma12 , June 18, 2013 4:36 PM
    Bison88 I've seen gtx 580's for $500 online.
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    Dnaangel , June 18, 2013 5:15 PM
    Assuming there will be a 760Ti, as I'm sure there will be. It will not be a re-badged 670, Look at all the previous x60 ti's. They are all the same platform as thier x70/x80 counterparts. As in the case of the 660 Ti, It was the exact same card as the 670, only thing different was the memory bus was shortened (256 to 192 bit). Still have the same GPU (Gk104) as the 670 and 680 did. This is what mainly separates x60's from x60 ti's as the Ti variant uses the high end GPU/Architecture that the x70/x80's use in the same series. whereas the regular x60's use the lesser Gpu setups.
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    Dnaangel , June 18, 2013 5:16 PM
    Assuming there will be a 760Ti, as I'm sure there will be. It will not be a re-badged 670, Look at all the previous x60 ti's. They are all the same platform as thier x70/x80 counterparts. As in the case of the 660 Ti, It was the exact same card as the 670, only thing different was the memory bus was shortened (256 to 192 bit). Still have the same GPU (Gk104) as the 670 and 680 did. This is what mainly separates x60's from x60 ti's as the Ti variant uses the high end GPU/Architecture that the x70/x80's use in the same series. whereas the regular x60's use the lesser Gpu setups.