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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 Ti coming to compete with Radeon HD 7950

Posted on Thursday, April 05 2012 @ 21:19:50 CEST by


VR Zone reports NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 670 Ti will use a cut-down GK104 to compete with AMD's Radeon HD 7950. This new card could arrive in May.
Getting back to NVIDIA - as expected, the GK104 chips which did not "pass the mustard" will be recycled and named GeForce GTX 670 and GTX 670 Ti. According to German publication 3DCenter.org, GK104 will take the GF100 (GeForce GTX 465/470/480) route: GK104 on the new cards will have one SMX less (7 in total), bringing a total of 1344 cores (should we still call them CUDA cores given the amount of GPGPU performance castration performed with Kepler?).

The remainder of the chip will remain the same, and we're looking at the following specs:

  • 1344 Cores
  • 4 Graphics Processing Clusters (GPC)
  • 7 SMX Clusters (192 units per Cluster)
  • 112 Texture Units (TU)
  • 32 Raster Units (ROP)
  • 256-bit Memory Controller
  • 2 GB GDDR5 Memory
  • ~900 MHz GPU Clock
  • ~1 GHz QDR Memory Clock (5 effective GHz)
  • ~160 GB/s video memory bandwidth




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