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Leaked GTX 960?

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I wonder if it's true? will it be like the GTX 760?? or 770

do mean performance wise i'd guess it would be about the 770  performance wise

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I dont know, seems like more speculation to me.

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I would assume it's similar in performance to the gtx 770, but I've no idea besides speculation.

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Came here hoping for leaked info :(

 

But I'm going to guess it will be 60% of a GM204. It might be a GM206. I'd expect roughly 1152 CUDA cores with hopefully a 3GB frame buffer (is that a thing on a 256bit bus?).

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We don't know.. we're not wizards.

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Came here hoping for leaked info :(

 

But I'm going to guess it will be 60% of a GM204. It might be a GM206. I'd expect roughly 1152 CUDA cores with hopefully a 3GB frame buffer (is that a thing on a 256bit bus?).

from what I saw on ncix net link it said 196bit bus

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Now why would a GTX 960 be like a GTX 760?

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performance boost from 460 to 560 was mediocre (same architecture). 560 to 660 was a massive jump (new architecture). 660 to 760 was mediocre (same architecture). 760 to 960 is new architecture, expect massive improvements, even trumping a 770 .

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I'm more interested in the price, if its just 50$ cheaper than the 970, then I don't see any point in buying the 960.

 

The price I would consider good is around 220$-250$ for different models. Otherwise I would not even bother with it.

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