NVIDIA Maxwell Architectural Specifications Unveiled – Project Denver To Appear in Maxwell Refresh?

Allegedly new information regarding the NVIDIA Maxwell based chips and their architecture have been leaked by a random user on pastebin. Their have been various rumors flying by regarding the chips and don’t take this news too seriously since it could be made up too but some of the information is highly plausible so we will take a look at it nevertheless.

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johny51792d ago

It seems i was totally wrong! It's going to be a bigger change then i thought from the low end to the high end!

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860 and GTX 850 Ti: Sub $249
From 960 cuda coress to 2304 "Titan performance!"

GeForce GTX 680 replacement: 3840 Cuda Cores!

Maxwell GM100 "GTX 880" (6144 Cuda Cores!) Mother of god!!!

1791d ago
B-radical1791d ago (Edited 1791d ago )

I knew there was a reason why i waited to upgrade my gtx 560 ti!

But take with a gran of salt of course

ATi_Elite1791d ago

Correction *Grand-Mother of GOD*

Maxwell looks to be powerful enough to handle RAY TRACING in a full fledge video game.

Remember folks GTX480 SLI was required for a Ray Tracing game that had ZERO Optimizations done to the Ray Tracing code

GTX480 SLI = 2.68 Tflops
Maxwell = 14 Tflops

I know what I'm saving my money for!

DeadlyFire1791d ago (Edited 1791d ago )

You are aware that chart says Double Precision Gigaflops per watt right.

Which means Maxwell = a bit less than 14 Tflops. Lets say they go for 300 Watts at 10 Gigaflops per watt. Thats 3 Tflops. Sounds more reasonable to me. As SP is likely 5-6 Tflops if that is true.

If top cards these days push out 4-5 Tflops I wouldn't expect one to put out 14 in under a year.

come_bom1791d ago (Edited 1791d ago )

Nvidia's new graphic cards look quit interesting. It may be time to retire my old card and get a new one. I was interested in ATI's R9 270x, but it didn't impress me much.

RiPPn1791d ago

Tales of Xillia inspired: confirmed.

Roccetarius1791d ago

Hmm, to upgrade or not to upgrade, that's the question. ;)