NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 680 (Kepler) 2GB Reference Card Video Card Review

Tweakdown : This industry, like every other industry loves drama. As if we didn't create enough this week with our slew of Ivy Bridge content that saw us test the Intel Core i5 3570K and Intel Core i7 3770K . If that wasn't enough we checked out the latest G.Skill RAM and achieved some massive overclocking performance. To finally round it all off we then took the time to overclock both processors to see how that went.

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SnakeCQC3415d ago

i want to get this card but hate that it has only 2gb of vram and the chip inside was supposed to be its mid ranged card so you know that there high end card is the 590 or they may release ti versions

Deputydon3415d ago

Do you want to know the best thing about this new card? It brings the prices of the previous series down, so I can afford to buy two cheaper than one of these and play the same games the 600 series currently plays with even better results...

Thanks Nvidia.

susanto12283415d ago

I'm with you Deputydon just bought my second EVGA GTX 570 so now I got a SLI system that's rockin...PC is dead?? Maybe there TRS-80 is dead but my PC is a MONSTERRRR!!!!!!!!

Mikhail3415d ago

Indeed, prices of the previous generation of cards such as the 580 is going down. Now Im looking into a eyefinity/surround setup, though i am hesistating because of the performance drop when playing with three monitors. I also need multi monitors for work so I may give in to temptation.

Now, its either dual 580 or dual 7950, or i might go one 680 first and a 2nd one in the future.