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    Exclamation GTX 560 Coming soon!

    new rumor Talk about the new card GTX 560 from nvidia and this card
    will use core GF114 and will have 384 CUDA core. the GPU clock 875MHz,TDP 180W . this card will Release in January 20.

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    Another rumor say that this card GTX 560 will come Officially with These frequencies : 820/1640/2000MHz, As we knew from beginning this card will use core GF114 and will have 384 CUDA core and this card will Release in January 20. the New information Talk about this card that will come 38% faster than GTX 460 1GB !!



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    I bet this one will battle HD 6950 so that it's not "a class of its own" anymore like AMD claims
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    Performance wise, HD6950 is in GTX570 class already... but if it's a lot cheaper than price-wise it's another class entirely...

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    Very high core frecuency. Even 384SP ar 700-725 core it's probably egual to GTX 470. So at 875Mhz i think that this card will be at middle between GTX 470 and GTX 480/570.
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    So
    GTX 580 = ???
    GTX 570 = GTX 480
    GTX 560 = GTX 470?

    GTX 560s around $250 would be a steal.

    I just hope they don't pull any type of BS and load it up w/ only 768mb. 1024mb or gtfo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurrdurr View Post
    Performance wise, HD6950 is in GTX570 class already... but if it's a lot cheaper than price-wise it's another class entirely...
    proof? we won't know this till the reviews are up in a day or two...
    Quote Originally Posted by xdan View Post
    Very high core frecuency. Even 384SP ar 700-725 core it's probably egual to GTX 470. So at 875Mhz i think that this card will be at middle between GTX 470 and GTX 480/570.
    considering a GTX 460 oced to 800 is faster then a GTX 470 I would think a card at this speed would be very high performing closer to a GTX 480 then anything else... it would definitely leave the 6870 in the Dust.

    if you think about it AMD is leaving a huge hole between the 6950 and the 6870 performance wise. i am sure we can expect to see a 6930 or something in a month or two. lets just hope AMD cuts it back by just enough not like the joke that was the 5830
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    875mhz core clock?

    very impressive if true
    it could perform better than a HD5870

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    If it has such clock speed then it should certainly perform better than GTX 470

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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Synthetickiller View Post
    So
    GTX 580 = ???
    GTX 570 = GTX 480
    GTX 560 = GTX 470?
    Sounds about right.
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    ¿180w?
    Last rumor I saw put 6950 below 160w.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nintendork View Post
    ¿180w?
    Last rumor I saw put 6950 below 160w.
    Last one that I saw says that it is 200w
    http://www.fudzilla.com/graphics/ite...ponent&print=1

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    ¿180w?
    Do not forget that GTX 460 1GB use TDP 160W and GTX 470 use TDP 215W. so if this card GTX 560 come faster than GTX 470 and use TDP 180W ! that will be very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tha Last Meal View Post
    Do not forget that GTX 460 1GB use TDP 160W and GTX 470 use TDP 215W. so if this card GTX 560 come faster than GTX 470 and use TDP 180W ! that will be very good
    only problem with that is that 470 and 480 exceeded their tdp in almost every game, it's not very hard to be more power efficient
    i expect a TDP of 180-200 from 560 which should be a huge leap from 470 and make nv slightly more competitive in terms of power consumption

    but 560 sounds pretty promising, should bring down prices and every price point from 150-400€ is going to have some huge competition between amd and nvidia
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    whats the highest clocked retail 460? wasnt it 880mhz for the evga ftw card?

    other than clocks whats really all that unexpected? people are going to hate me for saying this, but isnt it "about time" they released a full core version of their mid range
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    Quote Originally Posted by dartaz View Post
    Last one that I saw says that it is 200w
    http://www.fudzilla.com/graphics/ite...ponent&print=1
    amd new typical gaming load 140-160w (I read 140w also) / max load 200w

    nvidia typical gaming load 180w / no max info available

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    amd new typical gaming 140-160w / max load 200

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    Sounds ok for users running at stock. More competition helps push down prices.

    It might not be so great for us though if that higher clock eats into OC headroom. In that case I'd prefer more shaders instead.

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    sounds like a tweaked gf104... so basically a 460 with everything enabled and some minor tweaks...

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    Sounds like the 6870/6850 prices are about to plummet.

    I'm kinda curious as to how high this thing will OC. The GF104 was a beast of a clocker, with the slight change to the transistors found in the GF11x family these things might just be able to handle 1ghz+ on air. That's all just speculation of course as we won't know til it's out, but coming from my experience with the GTX 460, these cards should be monsters for the midrange segment.
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    Hope the price is right,.... and whoever bought the GTX 470 series is having serious headache now

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    There is no way this can be true:
    1. This clocks will place card in GTX570 territory and it will kill nvidia's own GTX570/GTX580 sales.
    2. GTX580's maximum overclock is around 900Mhz. How is it possible for a chip of the same architecture to have 875Mhz base clock? It's possible that shader-to-core clock ratio is reduced but then high clock doesn't tell anything about actual performance without knowing shader domain clock.
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    No way will GTX 560 be anywhere near GTX 570. Even with full GF104 and 800+Mhz clocks it won't reach that level. Also upping the clocks means this card won't have much of an OC ability left. Most likely this will compete against 6950 at 300$ level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FischOderAal View Post
    I bet this one will battle HD 6950 so that it's not "a class of its own" anymore like AMD claims
    Don't they need an official product to combat a 6870 first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pantsu View Post
    No way will GTX 560 be anywhere near GTX 570. Even with full GF104 and 800+Mhz clocks it won't reach that level. Also upping the clocks means this card won't have much of an OC ability left. Most likely this will compete against 6950 at 300$ level.
    Everything that competes against 6950 will be near GTX570 actually. Also to compete against 6950 gtx560 needs to have vastly improved MC reaching 4500-5000MHz. Which again places it against GTX570.

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