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New nVidia based GPU on GK110 chip

by on21 March 2013 2334 times

Nvidia is developing another graphics card for the commercial market based on chip GK110. The card should be slightly less powerful and therefore a bit cheaper than the already presented GeForce GTX Titan, and the formal presentation is expected between July and August this year.

It is not known if it will be yet another addition to the now unbundled exclusive Nvidia lines of solutions like the Titan or the card will be top of the range of the new generation of GeForce 700 (GTX 780) products. According to unofficial sources, the new card will have 2496 CUDA cores and 320 bit memory bus (Titan has 2688 cores and 384 bits), and 3 or 5 GB of GDDR5 graphics memory (Titan 6 GB).

Prices could range between 500 and 900 dollars, depending on the Nvidia positioning of products they are offering; they will most certainly try to fill the price gap between high end GeForce solutions like GTX 680 and even more expensive Titan with this one. More informations will be probably available in months to come.

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