NVIDIA might be working on another GK110 GeForce GTX for the Summer
Rumors are surfacing on the topic that NVIDIA release yet another GTX Titan like card, yet a hint cheaper. NVIDIA has been criticized quite a bit that the roughly $1000 it takes to purchase a single GPU Titan is simply not of interest for many of you. According to a report NVIDIA now seems to be willing to release a new card in the summer time based on the very same GK110 graphics processor.
Specifications obviously will fill the rumor mill but they should be fairly similar towards the Quadro K6000.
So that means it could feature 13 out of 15 streaming multiprocessors on the GK110 silicon, working out to a maximum of 2,496 (13 x 192) shader processors cores, 208 texture memory units, a 320-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface 3 GB of memory.
So the GeForce GTX 680 is what, 450 USD and the GTX Titan is say 1000 USD, let's assume that NVIDIA will middle out that gap with a 600~700 USD product. The new SKU could launch some time between July and August, 2013.
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