Rumor: NVIDIA to launch its new GeForce Ti 660 and 660 next month
- Top model: Geforce GTX 690 .
- High-end GeForce GTX 680 and Geforce GTX 670 .
- Low range: Geforce GT 640 .
What happened to the midrange?
There are many rumors that attempt to explain why Nvidia has not released its mid-range family of GPUs GeForce 600 Series, including the one that seems to have more consistency is that Nvidia suggests that patiently wait for it to end up exhausting the stock gpu core based on the old Fermi GF110 (Ti Geforce GTX 560 448 Cores, Geforce GTX 570 and Geforce GTX 580), although GPUs failed to occur over two months ago , still remain in major stocks in many stores.
As suggested by Fudzilla, Nvidia has decided to launch its new program the midrange GPUs Geforce gtx 660 Geforce GTX 660 Ti and for the next month, both GPUs are based on the core GK104-400, a shortened version of the core gk104 with 1152 (Ti ) and 960 (not Ti) shader processors, accompanied by 1.5 to 2GB of GDDR5 memory with 192-bit bus.
It is hoped that these new GPUs meet the lame price from $199 to $249, and defy GPUs AMD Radeon HD 7850 and Radeon HD 7870.
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