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Tuesday, 04 October 2011 11:25

Geforce 600 branding shows up in driver

Written by Slobodan Simic
nvidia

285 Beta driver reveals 610M and GT 630M
It looks like Nvidia's upcoming series will be called the Geforce 600 series after all. According to details leaked in the latest 285 Beta drivers, we now know that at least two mobile chips will have a pleasure of taking a name from the Geforce 600 series.

According to a post over at VR-Zone, two new strings carry the name Geforce 610M and Geforce GT 630M. Following the recent rumours that one of the first Nvidia engineering sample of Kepler is actually the GK107 GPU, it might be possible that the GT 630M is actually this chip and it is possible that Nvidia will be pushing the so called bottom-to-top release, or to be precise, we will first see some entry level and mainstream chips.

We are quite sure that we'll see more and more of these leaks as we draw closer to the end of the year. You can check out the two leaked strings here.

Last modified on Tuesday, 04 October 2011 11:34
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0 #1 eddman 2011-10-04 12:07
Wasn't 600 supposed to be just a die shrink of 500, like 100 and 300?
 
 
0 #2 chyll2 2011-10-04 12:24
Quote:
Geforce 600 re-branding shows up in driver

fixed it for you :D
 
 
+2 #3 nele 2011-10-04 12:32
Quoting chyll2:
Quote:
Geforce 600 re-branding shows up in driver

fixed it for you :D


Well if it's a die shrink it's not a rebrand, is it? :-*
 
 
+1 #4 thematrix606 2011-10-04 14:35
Quoting nele:
Well if it's a die shrink it's not a rebrand, is it? :-*




It looks like he was making a joke... but since you're feeding your troll, let me feed you...

Now, nom nom nom away!
 
 
+3 #5 Haberlandt 2011-10-04 14:36
Quoting nele:
Quoting chyll2:
Quote:
Geforce 600 re-branding shows up in driver

fixed it for you :D


Well if it's a die shrink it's not a rebrand, is it? :-*
Exactly. Rebranding means using the same GPU, like the 8800 GT and 9800 GT which both used the same g92 65nm GPU.
 
 
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0 #7 saneblane 2011-10-04 20:48
7000 series seems more appealing than this tbo, with the rambus memory using less power while being 20 percent faster than gddr5. if the world ends in 2012 at least ama have one killer pc to take with me. hd 7950, amd fx 8150 , 16 gigs ram and 120gig sata 3 ssd.
 
 
0 #8 godrilla 2011-10-04 21:21
Quoting Haberlandt:
Quoting nele:
Quoting chyll2:
Quote:
Geforce 600 re-branding shows up in driver

fixed it for you :D


Well if it's a die shrink it's not a rebrand, is it? :-*
Exactly. Rebranding means using the same GPU, like the 8800 GT and 9800 GT which both used the same g92 65nm GPU.

I think your missing the gts 250 also
 
 
0 #9 The blue fox 2011-10-04 23:07
I was all excited then i find out it's the mobile chips.
 

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