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NVIDIA denies GTX 600 performance degradation rumors

Posted on Tuesday, May 22 2012 @ 20:42:46 CEST by

Yesterday Pnosker (never heard about them before) caused quite a stir as the site claimed that NVIDIA's GeForce 600 "Kepler" GPUs suffer from serious performance degradation over long periods of heavy load, and that this would result in a recall.

X-bit Labs contacted NVIDIA and got to hear that the rumor is unfounded. Additionally, there are no reports from reviewers nor users that can verify the rumor.
Nvidia Corp. on Monday denied plans to recall GeForce GTX products based on the GK104 graphics processing units due to rumoured eventual performance degradation. The company claims that the rumours are incorrect and the graphics products work fine.

"There is no truth to this," said Bryan Del Rizzo, a spokesman for Nvidia.



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