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The GTX 680: NVIDIA’s New Big-Boy Graphics Card

By Alec Meer on March 23rd, 2012.

Pedestal not included

You’re probably going to have be a little patient with me here. I used to talk of graphics cards and processors regularly back in my past life on PC Format magazine, but my technical mojo has diminished sharply in the intervening years. I retain a working knowledge of what’s half-decent and what’s a big pile of donkey doo-doo, but if you want me to talk dirty numbers to you, you’re going to be disappointed. It does seem jolly good, and I know that I want one in my PC, but I am no Jeremy Laird and RPS has not enjoyed a review unit with which to test NVIDIA’s claims in full. So, in reporting the news and details on NVIDIA’s new flagship graphics card, formerly known as Kepler but to be released as the GeForce GTX 680, I shall have to report what I was told and leave you to draw your own conclusions.

As regards RPS and hardware coverage, it’s something we want to do a little more of – Hard Choices being our vanguard. Obviously we’re a gaming site first and foremost, but equally obviously PC gaming requires PC hardware so it’s silly to overlook it entirely. We’ll try to cover the major events/releases as they happen, but do bear with us while we work out exactly how and to what extent that happens.
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