The next generation GeForce GTX 680 GPU has arrived, and it packs a faster, smoother and richer gaming experience into a GPU that is simply cool and quiet.

The GeForce GTX 680 GPUs are built from an ultra power efficient Kepler architecture featuring our new SMX streaming multiprocessors and innovative NVIDIA technologies like TXAA, FXAA, Adaptive VSync and GPU Boost.  Thanks to the new Kepler architecture, the GeForce GTX 680 has again set the bar for performance while at the same time using drastically less power than our Fermi-based models.  With four concurrent display outputs, the GeForce GTX 680 also lets you game in stunning 3D Vision Surround on a single GPU.

Check out the new GeForce GTX 680 in this video:

GeForce GTX 680 is available today from leading e-tailers and system builders starting at $499.

Interested in the full breakdown of the GeForce GTX 680 in all its glory? Head on over to GeForce.com to read all about the latest Kepler goodness.

  • Macy Hsu

    wow

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for your support. That’s how we all feel here at NVIDIA :)

  • Sigrafix Email

     That is… Awesome.

  • http://twitter.com/subpopix Andrew Perry

    By chance will TXAA be available on older cards (560Ti?), or are we only going to be seeing it available for the 680 and beyond?

  • Sagar Rawal

    Massive gains in architectural efficiency between successive architectures are unheard of; Kepler is one spectacular piece of engineering, capable only by the folks at NVIDIA!

    Gamers, scientists, ultrabook users, and more will all benefit greatly from this fantastic product release!!!

  • Danuel Cortez

    Gotta hand it to ye nVidia! This flagship is something to be proud of. I’d love to have one! Though my system isn’t even old enough to upgrade so I’ll wait.

    Do you think that the next generation will support 4k videos? Those are a real pain to play properly, only QuickTime can get them to play.

  • Anonymous

    You’re right, Sagar. It’s not just gamers that will benefit from Kepler.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1528865419 Pascal Jung

    introducing the 670Ti is fairer ?

  • http://www.spiralyne.co.uk/ Spirulina

    I would really love to test this out.  But I’d have to upgrade my whole PC to get the best out of it…

  • http://www.hypnosis.lv Karlis Stigis

    Is it available for Mac ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sebastian-Perez/100000201751220 Sebastian Perez

    Pre computig destruction … will be on 580 as well ???

  • Justin Walker

    Sebastian – I believe you’re referring to “Fracture”. 

    Fracture is a new PhysX technology. It will be available on all GPUs that support PhysX.

  • Justin Walker

    Hi Karlis. The GeForce GTX 680 is only available for PC.

  • Justin Walker

    Hi Danuel, not sure what you’re experiencing, but the GTX 680 is fully capable of playing 4K videos in Quicktime. Which video player are you trying to use?

  • Justin Walker

    Hi Andrew. This feature will be available on the GeForce GTX 680 and beyond.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Vereor Cid Mengel

    Will the GeForce GTX 680 be available on laptops or is there an equivalent card designed specifically for the “ultrabook” market?

  • Justin phillips

    Does the GTX 680 support GPUdirect ?

  • Adakite

    FP64 of this GTX 680 is 1/24FP32, what the hell is that? Kepler was supposed to be GPGPU oriented, but with such low capabilities for computing, people will move to AMD in less than 2 years, because OpenCL is going to pass CUDA at some point. I do not get Nvidia on this one. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=584545383 Donny M

    I just got my GTX 680 last week. It’s such an amazing card and it didn’t hurt the wallet all that much, either. Great job, NVidia. :)