Christ. I need cash.
Bought GTX 680
Sold out everywhere still :(
It's nice and I love getting a shitton FPS in all my games.
But I'm getting some graphics problems in some games. In Saints Row The Third, my character's upper body (not including head) is all polygonny. But the clothes aren't. Then in Mirror's Edge, I occasionally see the sun/a bright light source (anything that causes lens flare) through walls.
So far no other problems, though.
And don't even get me started on their non-reference designs, the 6970 DirectCU II is just simply retarded
I work at a FedEx Ground distribution center and a box tonight needed taping up and it's generally interesting to look inside and see whats in the box. It was a GTX 680....... The worst part was that the way I was looking at it was the way you would see a new one as if you ordered it and had just opened the box lol.
I gave him a box as it's fitting.
Should I sell my 7970 to buy this? Is it worth it?
I'm curious to see what the GK110 card will be branded as.
I'd put about 50 bucks on GTX 685.
So wait, the current GTX680 is GK-104, and a GK-110 card will be coming out relatively soon?
I have had to support with cable ties between it and a drive bay, as well as adding extra thermal paste to bridge the gap
And they don't even learn from their mistakes
Apparently eVGA has a "superclocked" version coming out soon. It will be $539 instead of $509.
Not sure why you'd pay an extra 20 bucks for something you could do yourself. I hear the 680s are easy to overclock anyway.
Considering the card overclocks itself...
Oh hey guys. What's up? I'm just chillen here. nbd.
Oh and my GTX 680 will be here in 3 days.
Mine is on its way - should be here for Friday, I think.
I went for the Asus one.
I am fuckinnnnnng excited!
god, I wish I could get one, but college is more important
gf is expensive to; however, doesn't bother me at all. shes worth it.
Too bad the GPGPU performance with CUDA and OpenCL sucks.
I will stick to my two GTX460s and wait for GK110 or maybe SLI660/670 if they have a better performance.
The notebook GPUs of the 6xx series are still mostly based on fermi architecture :<
I was looking forward to getting a new laptop, but I guess I'll wait another year.