NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 Specification Partially Leaked?

Published: Jan 27th 2012, 15:46 GMT

NVIDIA Kepler GTX680 (GK-110) GPU-z Screenshot Exposed - Features 1024 Cuda Cores and 6Billion Transistors on 28nm Die
Russian portal OCLAB has posted a leaked gpu-z screenshot with GeForce GTX 680 specification. The only readable information are CUDA cores count, memory size and memory bus width.

Yesterday Chiphell informed that NVIDIA’s employee was posting multiple ‘leaked’ information on their forums. Chphell accused NVIDIA of using marketing shills to spread anti-AMD rhetoric. This does affect credibilty of every information posted on Chinese forums, which is probably a origin of this screenshot as well.

According to the picture upcoming flagship model of NVIDIA GeForce 600 Series (this somehow proves that its 600 not 700 Series), would feature up to 1024 Cuda cores. That’s twice as many as GeForce GTX 580. Card is made in 28 nanometer process with 6 billions of transistors. GeForce GTX 680 is packed with 2GB of GDDR5 RAM running on 512-bit interface. It supports PCI-Express 3.0 interface and DirectX 11.1. Core and memory clock is unknown so far. This however, makes this picture even more unlikely to be legit (why would anyone blur this information?).

GeForce GTX 680 Specification Leaked

For a time being, we will not update the specifications of GTX680, until more verified information shows up.

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