Retail GeForce GTX 680 Pictured

Published: Mar 17th 2012, 17:36 GMT

Retail GeForce GTX 680 Pictured - Officially Clocked at 1006Mhz
Fudzilla has posted a picture of retail GTX 680. Since most of the informations were leaked, including specifications and benchmarks results, the only missing part are the detailed photographs of retail product. Although they were posted by HKEPC, but it was a reference design for reviewers.

Card has officially default clock of 1006 MHz, which is a base clock and can be upscaled to 1058 MHz for full load. GeForce GTX 680 does this automatically, so next time you hear that someones’ grandma has overclocked her GTX 680, she wouldn’t be lying.

GTX 680 features 1536 CUDA cores, which is three times more than its predecessor GTX 580. Card has PCI-Express 3.0 interface and a memory of 2GB GDDR5. Memory interface is 256-bit wide, and memory has a memory access of 0.33 ns (for a comparison – GeForce 6600 had 40ns). Memory bandwidth is 192GB/s, just like GTX 580.

For more detailed information visit here, where we overview a test from HKEPC.

Fudzilla posted this image, where some details are photoshoped. According to Fudzilla this may be Sapphire GeForce GTX 680. Although Sapphire didn’t manufacture any GeForce cards for years..

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