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While searching the nvidia site on the download section of their site a weird thing popped up referencing the 700 series gpu. There is no information other then this on their driver download section.

Source http://www.geforce.com/drivers

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Probably cost a small fortune.

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[url="http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus/geforce-gt-730m"]http://www.geforce.c...geforce-gt-730m[/url]

Was announced this month, apparently a rebranded 640m.

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[quote name='Electronic Punk' timestamp='1359834669' post='595497272']
[url="http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus/geforce-gt-730m"]http://www.geforce.c...geforce-gt-730m[/url]

Was announced this month, apparently a rebranded 640m.
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Ya quite interesting maybe they might actually release the 700 series this year as the refresh models?

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If there wasn't a shortage of 28nm capacity all nvidia and amd gpu's would be 28nm and we could have newer achitectures too but 28nm was problematic for ages.

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Probably will since AMD is coming out with 8xxx series which are way over the current 7xxx series.

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my 555m is fading into obsolescence :(

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...and after that, they'll release the 800 series. Then, the 900 series.
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That rebranding scourge is a mortal sin. Has really taken up lately.
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definitely rebrand. Done all the time these days!

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[quote name='Empyrean Glow' timestamp='1359836095' post='595497304']
...and after that, they'll release the 800 series. Then, the 900 series.
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Yes, but [i]then [/i]what?

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[quote name='threetonesun' timestamp='1360005083' post='595501078']
Yes, but [i]then [/i]what?
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Might as well go for 1000. Not that big of a number and nothing to confuse it with. Radeons, on the other hand, probably won't stick to HD 10000 - and their turn comes first.

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[quote name='Phouchg' timestamp='1360005271' post='595501084']
Might as well go for 1000. Not that big of a number and nothing to confuse it with. Radeons, on the other hand, probably won't stick to HD 10000 - and their turn comes first.
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I was being sarcastic, but maybe. Although 1000 just sounds so... underwhelming. :laugh:

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Don't worry about numbers, i'm from the future, using a GeForce GTX 5950 in year 2063.

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[quote name='Phouchg' timestamp='1360004398' post='595501054']That rebranding scourge is a mortal sin. Has really taken up lately.[/quote]

I second that - found it out the hard way when I purchased a Lenovo desktop with the Radeon HD 7450 upgrade only to find that the GPU is worse than the Intel HD 4000 that sits on the CPU itself - the Radeon HD 7450 is just a rebadged 6xxxx series that performs worse than the video card that came with my iMac (6970M w/ 2GB). I've since upgrade to a Sapphire 7750 w/ 2GB GDDR3 and made sure this time it is actually using the new architecture rather than it being rebadged crap.

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