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Gt 650ti - when it will be out?

borisvodofsky

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Just buy a 680 and get it over with. You know you want one. top ramen for 3 weeks, you'll live. happily i might add, with super high fps.
 
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:))) Is funny cuz I asked something and everybody is saying go for 670/680 without thinking at my budget.

@borisvodofsky what`s a "ramen"? japanese food?
 

Ken g6

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Ramen is generally considered something broke people and college students eat. The cheapest food that will sustain you.

For now, get a 6850. Or get a 7850 for $250 if the ramen idea helps. ;)
 

Destiny

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If anything maybe August, Sept, or Oct... when the GTX 660 comes out... until then start saving up and if performanc is not what you like use the money and get a GTX 670 :p
 

nemesismk2

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:))) Is funny cuz I asked something and everybody is saying go for 670/680 without thinking at my budget.

@borisvodofsky what`s a "ramen"? japanese food?
IMO there seem to be rich people on anandtech who don't consider that someone might have a lower budget for their computer stuff. I too might be interested in the 650 so i can't wait to find out what they offer compared to the 450 and 550 etc.
 
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lehtv

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I'm waiting for 660 Ti to see if it's worth replacing my 560 Ti with. If it's a 2GB card that is overclockable to GTX 670 speeds, I'm definitely going for it
 

Skott

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I'm waiting for 660 Ti to see if it's worth replacing my 560 Ti with. If it's a 2GB card that is overclockable to GTX 670 speeds, I'm definitely going for it
That's the gpu I'm looking forward to as well.
 

Ken g6

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I hope the 650ti doesn't turn out to be a rebrand like the low end did! I imagine that if yields don't improve they could easily swap two numbers in "560ti". :rolleyes:
 

njdevilsfan87

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The 660Ti will come when there are enough Keplers that failed 680 binning AND 670 binning. We just need to wait for those to pile up much like we did with the 670.
 

lehtv

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The 660Ti will come when there are enough Keplers that failed 680 binning AND 670 binning. We just need to wait for those to pile up much like we did with the 670.
Does this mean that all of those chips have the same physical size / number of transistors, and that they're differentiated only by clockspeeds and by having some CUDA cores, ROPs etc. disabled compared to the higher binned versions?
 

njdevilsfan87

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Does this mean that all of those chips have the same physical size / number of transistors, and that they're differentiated only by clockspeeds and by having some CUDA cores, ROPs etc. disabled compared to the higher binned versions?
I have no idea. It was just a sarcastic post poking fun at nvidia. But if nvidia can't get their supply situation straightened out soon, then I expect the 660Ti to be just that - failed 670s.
 

Jionix

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The 660Ti will come when there are enough Keplers that failed 680 binning AND 670 binning. We just need to wait for those to pile up much like we did with the 670.
Unlikely. This isn't the way Nvidia have been doing it. The 460 was not a cut down 480/470 chip, nor was the 560 a cut down 580/570. I believe the 660/650 will be based on it's own chip, probably GK107.

EDIT: I really thought you were serious! Bah!
 

JTsyo

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Unlikely. This isn't the way Nvidia have been doing it. The 460 was not a cut down 480/470 chip, nor was the 560 a cut down 580/570. I believe the 660/650 will be based on it's own chip, probably GK107.

EDIT: I really thought you were serious! Bah!
Though he said 660Ti, which it sounds like will be the same chip as the 680 and 670. I'm currently running on 260 so a 660Ti would be a nice upgrade. Luckily, there isn't any big games coming out over the summer that I have to get that would require a graphics upgrade. 670 is a possibility if I can justify the difference or a price drop comes along.
 

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