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Old 06-06-2011, 09:53 PM
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Default GeForce GTX 560 OEM (Based on GF110)

NVIDIA launched the GTX 560 Ti OEM, it's a GF110. Looks eerily similar to a Quadro 5000 with a new sticker. 352 CUDA cores, 320-bit memory bus and 1.25GB or 2.5GB of VRAM.

I wonder, was NVIDIA's forecasting tanked by design wins for the FirePro V5900 & 7900 so NV had to find an outlet for their cards somewhere, got a golden handshake from OEM's to put them in consumer desktops instead?

Also, kinda interesting that the GF114 scales up into the same performance as the GF110 scales down to, I wouldn't think that close a perf/w envelope would be a good idea.
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AMD got some desing wins for the new FirePro cards?

Here's a review comparing with a Q5000.

http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphic...raphics-Review

Matches the Q5000 in some workloads, isn't faster than Cypress in others... quite adequately priced I'd say.
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NVIDIA's lead on professional graphics has decreased this quarter, and then AMD is also aggresively pushing the new Northern Islands-based FirePro cards starting June.

And then the GeForce GTX 560 series is at least successful, so why not add another variant to the mix?
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I would not at all mind an SLI setup of two GF110 560 OEM cards. Then again, I'm a weirdo who enjoyed the GTX 465 & HD 5830.
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