Nope, Last time I check the arm's DPF it shows it's 4+4 design. Don't ever think I'm vandalism because you're a contributor of wikipedia.
I think you're correct, originally I wrote it as 48, but the latest sources claimed 32. I was skeptical myself but I just went with it. I edited the specs several times (I only just now discovered the undo function) because people have been butchering the specs.
The Nvidia side for the 600 series is even worse. The problem with Nvidia specs is that people started dictating specs for cards when none of the names have been announced, and they mislabel the cards. The GTX 680 (GK 112) should be a high end card not a mid range card (based on typical naming convention from Nvidia), rumors suggest it will come out at the end of next year and be 1024:128:64 512bit chip, the GTX 660 or GTX 670 (GK104) is a mid range card and have something like 640 to 768:96:48 384bit. GTX 690 (GK 110) should be two gtx 660's. The GK 106 and GK 107 are low end cards.
Anyways good luck trying to maintain the integrity of the facts, I think I'm going to take a break from this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Agent 42 (talk • contribs) 20:07, 19 December 2011 (UTC)
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