Here’s a nice juicy rumor to get your week started; citing unnamed sources, Fudzilla is claiming that a batch of new GeForce models are due to be released this June, but will be based on existing hardware.
The GeForce 760 Ti, 770, and 780 will all reportedly be based on the GK104 GPU – the same that powers the GeForce 660 Ti, 670, and 680 cards. They say that model rebrands will be shuffled however – the 760 Ti will be a rebrand of the 670, and the 770 will replace the 680. More interesting perhaps is the 780, which will actually be powered by the GK110 GPU – the same silicon that currently powers Titan. What is interesting is whether it will be priced like a 680, but with Titan performance.
As we know, AMD pulled a similar move earlier this year, announcing the Radeon 8000 series as nothing more than rebrands of the 7000 series intended for the OEM market. We also know that AMD most likely have no plans that involve releasing new hardware by the end of this year. So while there is still a chance of that happening on the Nvidia side, it isn’t likely if these rumors hold true.