Employees of the Japanese network resource 4Gamer.net on its own information channels were able to get information regarding the planned timing of announcements by NVIDIA discrete desktop graphics cards based on fabricated 28-nm chip technology the next generation Kepler.
As reported, the first will see the light chip GK107 budget category with 128-bit memory interface and support for popular nowadays bus PCI Express 2.0. At the same time he first will be used in laptops, and only then, somewhere in the second quarter of 2012, and settle in for the desktop accelerators. If you compare cards based on the GK107 with current products, the place between them wherein GeForce GT 520 and GeForce GTX 550 Ti.
The next debutant, who also come to the arena in the first half of 2012, will chip GK106. It will replace the GeForce GTX 560 will receive a 256-bit memory interface and the first of NVIDIA products offer support for the latest bus PCI Express 3.0. Learn more – coconut oil recipes!!!
Then in mid-2012 the California electronics giant will launch a powerful chip GK104, having on board a 1.5 GB memory and 384-bit memory interface and is also endowed with bus support PCI Express 3.0. Literally, after the premiere of the first “two-headed” decision-generation Kepler, code-named GK110, building material which will serve as a pair of chips with GK104 already described above characteristics.
But this is an evolutionary development in the family Kepler will not stop, and already at the turn of 2012-2013 will presented single-chip flagship GK112 with 512-bit memory interface, and, again, the bus support PCI Express 3.0.
Finally, we note that we have considered all the new items are compatible with DirectX 11.1, will be equipped with GDDR5 memory, and in all respects suitable to run on the upcoming operating system Windows 8.