Nvidia Posts Details on GeForce GTX 760 Ti Graphics Cards for OEMs

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Rift2

Waits for Maxwell =)

I feel bad for all those 8800GT owners on steam I mean still using that same card.

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MiGreen

Just asking, Is there a system with this hardware and the chrome OS?

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jason2393

You could always build a computer and put Chromium OS on it, but why would you want that? The only thing Chrome OS can do is browse the web, and it doesn't support many of the GPU-intensive web games, so a discrete card would be wasted potential.

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MiGreen

Chrome can't be a Maximum PC. Thank You.

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TheRyGuy

Aw, I was excited to see this card being announced, as I was waiting for it. To find out I might not be able to get it took that excitement away :(

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CaptainFabulous

Nvidia taking old parts and rebranding them as "new"? You don't say...

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Bdiddytampa

That goes for both manufacturers lol, not just Nvidia :-P

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CaptainFabulous

I think AMD/ATI has done it maybe twice. Nvidia is infamous for doing it year after year after year. As far as I'm concerned it's fraud. You make people think it's a product from a certain line when it's not; it's from a previous older line with just a new number. Not cool. Which is one of the many reason why I will NEVER buy an Nvidia card.

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maleficarus™

It is not fraud. There is almost something that is different be that shader amount, bit-path size or core and memory speeds. A true rebrand would be the same in every single way right down to the power draw!

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Jeffredo

AMD is doing it right this moment with the most of the R7 and R9 series. They're busy passing off the renamed HD 7000 cards as new so you should NEVER buy AMD as well.

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The Mac

Hes talking about a pattern.

AMD has done it couple times, including the R9s.

Nvidia does it every generation.