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HURRAY: Nvidia 600 series not just Fermi!! (Kepler)

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Cloudfire, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. Cloudfire

    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    Had big trouble getting this information out of the source, since I had to manually translate everything and the pictures were hidden. Anyhow, WE HAVE KEPLER IN THE 600 SERIES :D

    GT 640M, GT 650M, GTX 660M and GTX 680M are the upcoming Kepler GPUs from Nvidia. All the rest in the 600 series are the previous generation, Fermi. GT 610M, 630M and 635M have been identified as Fermi. GTX 670M is a 570M with slightly higher shader clocks and GTX 580M have changed name to 675M and the two are identical in specifications

    Now lets see some Keplers shall we?! :)
    Some screenshots of the Samsung Q470 with GT 650M with DDR3
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    The same laptop tested at 1366*768 with 3DMark06:
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    Here is the Samsung Q470 with the GT 650M tested with 3DMark 11 (It is the DDR3 version tested):
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    The laptop in his posession:
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    Kepler GTX 660M with GDDR5 screenshot:
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    Kepler GTX 650M with GDDR5 screenshot:
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    Windows experience index of GTX 660M (I think):
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    The notebook with these GPUs are the Lenovo Y480/Y580
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    Y580 comes with a 3610QM Ivy Bridge processor
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    And a 1080p display
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    Kepler GPUs will also have turbo boost and hyper threading for efficient and energy saving modes. Here are a sneak peak of it. Name is unknown
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  2. maxheap

    maxheap caparison horus :)

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    so 384 shaders scores 11710 on 3dmark6?? and on top of that gt 650m will beat gt 670m with a decent overclock, HIGHLY doubt it...

    dudes, THESE are FAKE shots, come ON, let's just wait until the release :)

    (Still thanks for the info cloudfire, +rep)
     
  3. too456

    too456 Resident Angry Bird

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    There's actually nothing in the screenshots that proves the GT650m uses a Kepler core :)
    Also, my GT540m with 96 unified shaders can get 9k+ on 3DMark06 stock so the images are probably fake.
     
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    maxheap caparison horus :)

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    second shot says it is 28nm
     
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    First two posts and all negative. Why do I even bother?! :(

    Believe what you guys will, GK107 (Kepler) and 28nm are mentioned in one of the screenshots. Nvidia is only coming out with 3 Kepler GPUs with the 600 series. Why not use one of the GT cards as a performance card and put in a lot of cores? The shaders with this GPU is clocked much lower than 550M too. 550M @ 1480MHz, 650M @ 810MHz which fits the TDP that limit this and the rest of the GT GPUs.
    I have trouble finding 1366x768 3DMark06 tests, but with 550M with 1280x1024 it is at 8500. With 1366x768 it is probably a little lower.
     
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    yknyong1 Radiance with Radeon

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    It will come when it comes.

    -The Truth :D
     
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    Probably fake.
     
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    Didn't someone say the 1:1 clocks for Kepler of some sort, does the screenshot reflect that
     
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    I tried asking them with Google translate for Vantage scores. Will see how that turns out :D
     
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    My 6990M is 28nm aswell

    Here's the proof!


    (Sorry, I just had to! :p No offence meant to anyone!)
    But ofc the 600-series is getting Kepler. Looking forward to it, it's gonna be awesome! :)
     
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    The GPU-Z doesn`t support the GPU they have tested. That is why you see no nm information and lots of grey fields with "Unknown" on the screenshot I posted
     
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    maxheap caparison horus :)

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    dude!! don't get it wrong, your work is much appreciated! (I repped you man :)) maybe I sounded a little too pessimistic, but I am talking in general, and I am also looking forward to Kepler, I need new GPU already :D
     
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    Added a new screenshot :)

    @Graz: Yeah I know you mean well. GTX 680M for you :)
     
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    I just realized something, IF these screenies are indeed truth, then imagine the power of 680m!!!!!!!!!! seriously what are the chances it will have 768 shaders!!
     
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    I will be forced to wait for 680m if it's indeed kepler :O.

    If it comes before June. . . :p
     
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    even if kepler..

    very weak score ??
    3dmark 06
     
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    It is underclocked..severely, and 555m is 11.5k max on 3d06, so score dont climb very fast, I think the memory width has a lot to do with it.
     
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    It's really, really underclocked. Core 405MHz, shader 810MHz, memory 900MHz (effective 1800MHz). I think this chip can be overclocked drastically given the low clock speeds it has. 128bit memory bus, 2GB DDR3 dedicated VRAM. Just some bits of info I could grab from the screenies.
     
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    GT650M is a little bit faster than 555M (scores around 11000k with 1333x768 in 3DMark06) which is a 192bit. I`d say that is impressive. :)

    NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M - Notebookcheck.net Tech
     

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