... and here's Newegg with a GTX 680 leak

Subject: General Tech, Graphics Cards | March 21, 2012 - 09:51 PM |
Tagged: pelly wants revenge, nvidia, leak, gtx 680, fermi, 28nm

Not to be outdone by NCIX, NewEgg also managed to jump the gun on the GTX 680 earlier today. The screengrab that was sent tp Bright Side of News shows their pricing of the soon to be released GTX 680 with models ranging from $500 to $535.  The specs are there for all to see, a GPU running at 1.006GHz, Shader clock of 2.012GHz, effective memory of 6.008GHz and 1536 Stream Processors.  Contrast that with the last GTX 580 that Josh reviewed which had a 782 MHz core, 1.564GHz shader, memory at 4.008GHz and 512 SPs and you can see it is a big step up!

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If you visit NewEgg now you will be greeted with a different result, a page describing the GTX 680's various features and a Buy Now button which unfortunately doesn't work at this moment.  That is a situtation which obviously cannot last as NewEgg would not have put it up.  Of course the realization that you can pick up a pair of GTX 570's for the same price might just mean some recalculations will be in order once we see the performance of the actual card.

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March 21, 2012 | 11:03 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

that page is still alive, I remember a similar thing happened with Pentax 645D few years back. Newegg had posted pics of 645D on their product page couple of days before official launch.

March 21, 2012 | 11:14 PM - Posted by pdjblum

Been trying for over an hour, but page does not come up when I click on the buy now button on the promo page. Anyone having any luck?

March 21, 2012 | 11:24 PM - Posted by Chaldo26 (not verified)

Same here, I hope the launch date is still March 22nd at midnight ;D

March 21, 2012 | 11:40 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Never get the price separation I.e asus @499, Pny 534...they are same damn card, why pay more than 499...

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