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Submitted by mpctips 573d ago | rumor

Leaked Specs Point to Possible GeForce GTX 680 Ultra Graphics Card

Maximum PC: It's been almost a year since Nvidia released its GeForce GTX 680 graphics card, still the company's flagship single-GPU Kepler part (GK104). Now it appears Nvidia is nearly ready to launch a GK110-based card for the consumer market, one that would essentially be a GeForce GTX 680 Ultra, but might be named GeForce Titan or Titanium so that it stands out. Perhaps not coincidentally, the fastest supercomputer in the world is the Cray Titan. (NVIDIA, Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 Ultra, Nvidia GeForce Titan, PC hardware)

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newsguy  +   574d ago
I'd rather just have a 690
Crazyglues  +   573d ago
interesting.. I'm wondering if this one will also be energy efficient
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