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Posted by on Jun 9, 2013 in Hardware News |

NVIDIA: A new series of GPUs is not associated with a new architecture # CTX2013

NVIDIA: A new series of GPUs is not associated with a new architecture # CTX2013

A few weeks ago introduced its new GPUs GTX 780 “GK110″ and GeForce GTX 770 “GK104″, the first members of its new of GeForce GPUs.

With the Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 got beat the HD 7970 GHz Edition, while GeForce GTX 770 offers performance very close to the AMD GPU, but although both products have obtained good results, have received mixed reviews because they are based in prior GPUs (GeForce 600 Series).

During 2013, Justin Walker, director of the division of Nvidia GeForce products, responds to these criticisms, stating that the name of a new generation of cards should not necessarily be associated with a new architecture, it represents also an change in the relationship between price and performance.

According to Nvidia, the GeForce 700 Series GPUs introduce enhancements and features like GPU Boost 2.0, which are aimed at increasing the performance of these GPUs, above GeForce 600 Series GPUs in addition to position them very aggressive price ranges.

AMD seems to overlap with Nvidia, as has also introduced products as your GPU Radeon Series OEM (Radeon HD 7000 renamed) and Richland APU, which very few architectural changes introduced in relation to their predecessors (Trinity). Although AMD promises to launch a new family of GPUs based on a new graphics architecture, products will be available from July to December this year.

Link: Nvidia und sich zur äußern AMD GeForce GTX 700 (Computer Base)

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