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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 Reviews

Looking for hardware reviews on the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680? OpenBenchmarking.org's Cekora Engine has found some.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 Reviews:

anandtech.com: ?How do you follow up on Fermi?? That?s the question we had going into NVIDIA?s press briefing for the GeForce GTX 680 and the Kepler architecture earlier this month. With Fermi NVIDIA not only captured the performance crown for gaming, but they managed to further build on their success in the professional markets with Tesla and Quadro. Though it was a very clearly a rough start for NVIDIA, Fermi ended up doing quite well in the end.

bit-tech.net: It?s funny how history tends to repeat itself. Two years ago, almost to the day, Nvidia released its first DX11 GPU based on the Fermi architecture, the GTX 480 1.5GB. Shipping six months after AMD had debuted its DX11 GPUs based on the very successful Evergreen architecture, Nvidia was left playing catch up with a card that failed to impress. Fast forward to 2012 and we again find Nvidia trailing AMD.

eteknix.com: With the GTX 680 being released today, we take a look at what Palit have to offer in terms of features and performance.

guru3d.com: Oh man, it feels like it has been forever since NVIDIA released a product based on a new architecture. And I know you'll have been feeling and sharing the same sentiment as well. It's time for something new alright.

hardocp.com: NVIDIA?s Kepler GPU is finally here, and we've been enjoying getting to know the brand new GeForce GTX 680 video card. The GeForce GTX 680 marks the introduction of NVIDIA's next generation of GPUs and will eventually be followed by others in the family. As of right now, only the GeForce GTX 680 is being launched. The GeForce GTX 680 will be NVIDIA's current flagship GPU, and is based on the new Kepler architecture. The GTX 570 and 560 GPUs are going to stay in the mix for a little while longer.

hardwareheaven.com: Today we take a detailed look at gaming performance of the GTX 680 in titles such as Mass Effect 3 and Battlefield 3 with single screen and surround gaming as well as Stereoscopic 3D testing. Added to that is GPU computing and media playback performance along with thermal, power, noise and overclocking results. Want to see how the GTX 680 does against the 7970 at its maximum overclock, or the GTX 580 OC 3GB we have that sorted too...

hothardware.com: We?ve been hearing about NVIDIA?s Kepler architecture since about September 2010. It was back at that years? NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, that company CEO Jen-Hsun Huang first publically disclosed that Kepler would offer massive performance per watt improvements over Fermi and previous-gen architectures and that GPUs based on Kepler would arrive in 2011. Well, the launch date has obviously slipped. How Kepler?s power efficiency looks, we?ll get to a little later.

legitreviews.com: In the seven game titles that we tested today, we found the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 to be 14.34% faster than the stock AMD Radeon HD 7970 reference card when we compared all of the tests results at a resolution of 1920x1080. Factor in that the GeForce GTX 680 costs $50 less and you got yourself some pretty good reasons to go with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 over an AMD Radeon HD 7900 series card...

overclock3d.net: The latest nVidia GPU, Kepler, is upon us. Does it continue the green teams dominance in the graphics market?

overclockersclub.com: For computer enthusiasts around the world, both AMD and NVIDIA fans, today is a very special day. Today, it is finally here. The GTX 680 has arrived! Many rumors have been circulating for months as to what NVIDIA has been up to with Kepler and what we should all expect. Countless questions have come up regarding Kepler's performance, technologies, power consumption, and general comparability to AMD's current flagship card, the HD 7970 (Tahiti). Today, those questions will be put to rest for good. AMD and NVIDIA fans will either laugh or cry, and those who simply don't care will hopefully be educated enough as to which card to buy if they have been holding out for Kepler! Though no "leaked" information has been presented by staff here on OCC, a brisk trot around Google prior to today would have landed you onto plenty of websites with pictures of the card, hardware specifications, and even some benchmarks. As such, some of you reading this may already have an idea what to expect ? at least what it looks like an

pcper.com: NVIDIA fans have been eagerly waiting for the new Kepler architecture ever since CEO Jen-Hsun Huang first mentioned it in September 2010. In the interim, we have seen the birth of a complete lineup of AMD graphics cards based on its Southern Islands architecture including the Radeon HD 7970, HD 7950, HD 7800s and HD 7700s. To the gamer looking for an upgrade it would appear that NVIDIA had fallen behind; but the company is hoping that today's release of the GeForce GTX 680 will put them back in the driver's seat.

techpowerup.com: Today NVIDIA released their new GeForce GTX 680 which is based on the company's brand-new Kepler architecture. The card comes with massively improved performance per Watt. It also introduces an automatic dynamic overclocking method which gives the card the leading edge, making it the fastest single GPU graphics card in the world.

techreport.com: Nvidia's hotly anticipated Kepler GPU architecture has arrived, promising vast increases in power efficiency and performance. Can it deliver? Keep reading for our full assessment.

tweaktown.com: 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.

xbitlabs.com: At last the patience of beautiful graphics fans has been rewarded: Nvidia has finally rolled out their response to AMD?s ?Tahiti?. And today we are proud to present a new GK104 graphics processor on ?Kepler? architecture and the first graphics card based on it.


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This is a post from the OpenBenchmarking.org Blog. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 Reviews was posted in Product Launches on Thursday, 22 March 2012.


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