Yes guys, it’s another upcoming hot cake that will be released by Nvidia in the coming months to come. It’s their new gpu that’s being prepared to counter the AMD HD 6950. This upcoming card is based on a 40nm silicon chip. Codename: GF114. Previously to be labeled as the GTX 475, had been postponed and as the rumors suggest, is the upcoming GTX 560. Since the chip has been refined and improved, we can expect higher clock speeds as well as more overclocking headroom with low power draw from this new fermi chip. It has the same mythology being used in the GF110.
The upcoming GeForce GTX 560 will feature 384 CUDA cores, 32 ROPs, and a 256-bit wide memory interface that connects to 1 GB of memory. The stock speeds would come with an 820 MHz core, 1640 MHz CUDA cores, and 4000 MHz (GDDR5 effective) memory that would churn out 128 GB/s of memory bandwidth. Nvidia has however, slated the GTX 560 for launch some time around in January, 2011.
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