Retail GeForce GTX 680 Pictured – Officially Clocked at 1006Mhz

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted Mar 17, 2012
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Image Courtesy of Fudzilla!

The final retail model of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 680 “Kepler GK104” based GPU has been pictured by Fudzilla along with complete specifications which show that the GPU features a reference clock speed of 1006Mhz.

The model pictured features the reference design, featuring HDMI, DVI-I and DVD-D as display outputs located at the rear panel along with an exhaust panel. All of the display ports work together which allows for HD 3D Vision Multi Display support through a single Kepler GPU.

Reference Clock Speeds of the GPU would be maintained at 1006MHz and boost clock would allow dynamic overclocking during higher workloads pumping the frequencies upto 1058MHz. The card holds a total of 1536 Stream Processors (Complete Core Architecture Details), A 2GB GDDR5 (256-bit wide) Memory which runs at 6GHz effective clock speeds. PCIe Gen 3 Support is added however the card can also run on PCIe 2.0/1.0 boards.

The total card bandwidth is 192 GB/s and total Texture fill rate is 128.8 GT/s. The card features a blower fan design which ventilates air to a central aluminum heatsink. A huge GeForce Logo is also located at the side of the card aside the stacked 6 Pin connectors, TDP is rated at 195W. More details and pictures below:

NVIDIA Kepler GeForce GTX 680 Gets Benchmarked – Blows away the HD 7970

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