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    New NVIDIA Roadmap Reveals Maxwell Coming in 2014, GeForce GTX 780 Details

    Over the past two days rumors regarding the upcoming graphics cards from NVIDIA have surfaced. First of all, we have a new roadmap, which doesn’t really reveal that much new information, but it’s definitely updated. It is also worth bringing up the specs of GeForce GTX 780 revealed by German website Chip.de.

    Previous NVIDIA roadmap mentioned Kepler architecture to be released on 2011, but we all know they were not launched 2 years ago, but this year, so it was quite out-dated. The new one does not mention any Kepler Refresh GPUs for 2013, but nor does it mention a Fermi Refresh.

    So it seems that the completely redesigned silicon, also known as Maxwell, will be launched in 2014. Redesign means a new approach in dealing with the computing power of the graphics processor, which would now be supported by an additional ARM core (which is probably a ARMv8 64-bit processor).

    Maxwell GPUs would offer a significant performance boost in computing power per Watt — 2.6x times faster than the current Kepler generation per Watt. But before you get too excited about this fact, it’s worth saying that it does not mean that the graphics cards will be 2.6x faster overall. It means that the GPUs will be smaller (20nm), will generate less heat and consume less power.

    GeForce GTX 700 Series – Kepler Refresh
    But before we learn any details about Maxwell GPUs, there’s still a Kepler Refresh to come. These GPUs will likely launch in the first quarter of 2013. The most anticipated one is obviously a derivative of GK110 silicon. However, NVIDIA will not launch the same GPU known from Tesla as a GeForce card. Some say it’s just a castrated version of it, some say it’s a completely new GPU.

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Specification

    GPU: GK2xx
    Base Clock: 1100 MHz
    Boost Clock: 1150 MHz
    Memory Clock: 1625 MHz (6500 MHz effective)
    Memory type: 3GB GDDR5
    Memory Interface: 384-bit

    According to Chip.de, the GeForce GTX 780, which would supposedly use this processor, may feature 2304 CUDA cores. The site also reveals that the card would use 3GB GDDR5 memory across a 384-bit interface. Nevertheless, our sources are less enthusiastic about this card. From what we know, it would have 1920 CUDA cores (2110 tops), 160 TMUs and 48 ROPs. Needless to say, probably the most certain information right now is the 384-bit interface. The site also mentions the exact clock speeds, but it seems that these are pure speculation, since NVIDIA does not usually launch their cards with such round clock numbers. Anyway, from what has been said so far, the GPU would be clocked at 1100/1150 MHz (for base and boost respectively), and the effective memory clock is 6500 MHz.

    These specs suggest that the memory bandwidth would increase from 192 GB/s to 312 GB/s (that’s 62% increase). The texture fill-rate would be around 170.6 GT/s (32% increase) and pixel fill-rate 52.8 GP/s (64% increase)

    The Kepler Refresh Naming
    It’s still unclear whether NVIDIA will launch their new GPUs with the GK1xx or GK2xx naming. However our sources and the leak from previous week suggest that the Kepler Refresh is using a GK2xx scheme. What that means is there is no GK110 or GK114 powered GeForce graphics card coming.

    GeForce GTX 780 Launch Date
    The GTX 780 is currently planned for February/March 2013. First engineering samples should be available in January. The release date of GTX 780 might be changed depending of the sales of current Kepler cards. However the information that GeForce GTX 780 might arrive this year is a complete nonsense.

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    Então parece que vou mesmo passar a geração 6xx :\

    bem que o numero 7 é mais apelativo.. já começa a cheirar a Next Gen a sério.. (bons velhos tempos do G70\71)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian O'Connor View Post
    Então parece que vou mesmo passar a geração 6xx :\

    bem que o numero 7 é mais apelativo.. já começa a cheirar a Next Gen a sério.. (bons velhos tempos do G70\71)
    Eu a este ritmo ainda passo a geração 7xx
    Anyways...espero que as Geforce 700 sejam uma boa evolução em relação ás 600...é sempre bom ver grandes avanços e, espero, com concorrencia á altura das HD8000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian O'Connor View Post
    Então parece que vou mesmo passar a geração 6xx :\
    ainda vais ter gtx7xx kepler pelo que tenho lido Maxwell só será a topo de gama gtx780

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    Não eram as hd8000 que estavam aí a porta? A nvidia não pode dar-se ao luxo de deixar a Amd 1 ano com a nova geração :l

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro Martins View Post
    Não eram as hd8000 que estavam aí a porta? A nvidia não pode dar-se ao luxo de deixar a Amd 1 ano com a nova geração :l

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    hm?
    The GTX 780 is currently planned for February/March 2013.

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    Aqui fica a verdadeira substituta da 580, e não a 680 como muitos diziam...

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    NVIDIA Sticks With TSMC for 20nm Maxwell GeForce 800 Series

    Maxwell, to arrive in 2014, is going to be made on a 20nm fab (vs. 28nm Kepler) and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will be the foundry of the GTX 880. NVIDIA apparently looked at multiple foundries and I don’t blame them after stories such as this came out. Nevertheless, NVIDIA decided to stick with TSMC for this new architecture and process, lets hope this does not come back to bite them. Maxwell is part of a very crucial project for NVIDIA, codename Denver, for multiple reasons, but mainly this will be the first GPU to feature a 64-bit ARM “general-purpose core”. This general purpose ARM core is to help Maxwell progress the GPU into a more autonomous interaction with the CPU. It will be interesting to see how this ARM core will effect overclocking and if you will be able to overclock the ARM core in anyway. This reminds me a lot of Lucid’s Virtu MVP and HyperFormance and how they use the IGP to speed up the GPU by using the two together. However Maxwell will be using the ARM core on the same die as the GPU and this is very promising for GPU performance in both gaming and general computing application. This new component in GPU architecture should help performance per watt continue to progress as it has and possibly turn over a new leaf completely with the GTX 880s power consumption, such as indicated by the roadmap.

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    esta nova arquitectura parece realmente dar para excelentes performances mas sera bem assim no futuro proximo???? As nvidia tambem davam 10-0 as ati e com uma mera "evolucao" de drivers etc por menos dinheiro compra-se algo equivalente ate mesmo superior a nvdia por menos dinheiro nas ati,,, como sou fanboy da nvidia e algo que me desilude isso...

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    Segundo o gráfico, a ati deve ficar o ano de 2013 a dominar pois estas gtx7xx só sairão lá para 2014 segundo o gráfico :/
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    Até podem demorar um pouco, mas com toda a certeza valerá a espera.. Também gosto da nvidia.
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    Ha previsoes de lançamento da GTX 7xx?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Ha previsoes de lançamento da GTX 7xx?
    Nao sao essas que ja estao no mercado ha algum tempo?

    ------- Post adicionado às 11:30 ------- Post anterior colocado às 11:28 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Tropical View Post
    Nao sao essas que ja estao no mercado ha algum tempo?
    Esquece ando mesmo a ver mal.
    As que estao no mercado sao a serie 6xx.

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    GeForce GTX Titan preview

    Já mostra Temps, Consumos e Noise, e daquilo que mostra, cheira mesmo a uma grande gráfica por parte da Nvidia mais uma vez
    Só é mesmo pena o preço

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    Abdicava bem da unha do mindinho do pé esquerdo para ter um bicho destes.

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    Uma pequena observação: isto não é o Maxwell, mas Kepler.

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    o pessoal ferronho da ati que fale agora ponham defeitos pois para mim so tem 1 o preço. GTX TITAN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icecube View Post
    o pessoal ferronho da ati que fale agora ponham defeitos pois para mim so tem 1 o preço. GTX TITAN
    E, infelizmente, esse não é pequeno

    De resto - apesar de ainda não ter visto nenhuma "proper review" - parece ser uma grande placa. Pelo menos não é um phermi

    O outro "defeito" pode ser a baixa disponibilidade do "bichinho".
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