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The downside, at the demo last year, was the game took three GeForce GTX 580′s to run the game demo in real-time. Nvidia today has said on its blog site “At the conclusion of the demo the card in question was revealed to be our much-anticipated ‘Kepler’ GPU, the follow-up to our current-generation Fermi card. Although no further information on Kepler was given, the demo sent a clear message: the graphics in Samaritan, generally regarded as a glimpse of the gaming industry’s far-off future, will in fact be possible in the near future on PC systems running a single next-generation graphics card.”

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About Nvidia’s ‘Kepler’ GeForce GTX 680 GPU (due out in March 2012)

  • 28nm Kepler GK104 chip
  • 1006Mhz base-clock speed
  • 1058Mrh boost-clock speed
  • Memory clock @ 6Ghz
  • 2GB GDDR4 Memory
  • 256bit wide memory interface
  • 1536 Stream Processors
  • 128 TMUs
  • 32 ROPs

via Nvidia




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