It's no secret that Nvidia plans to bring its Fermi architecture down to the mid-to-high-end space with the launch of a GPU that's cheaper than both the GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470, but it seems the upcoming card has made an appearance sooner than anticipated. Whilst we've been expecting hoping to see the rumoured card at next month's Computex, it seems Chinese website eNet.com.cn has already been hands on with a board it's calling the GeForce GTX 465.
Slotting in beneath the GTX 470, the upcoming card is said to feature the same GF100 Fermi core (pictured right), only this time with a little less punch. According to eNet's screen grabs, the card's core is clocked at a GTX 470-matching 607MHz, but it features three fewer SMs (Streaming Multiprocessors) - resulting in a reduction of stream processors from 448 to 352.
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