nVidia have been posting this graphic for quite some time showing Kepler at 4-6 Gflops per watt and Maxwell at 14-16 Gflops per watt. That is amazing. I have been imagining a doubling of frame rates and openCL performance that makes your eyes bleed etc Now nVidia have given Anandtech this image. http://www.anandtech.com/show/7515/ Which shows Kepler at 4-8 Gflops per watt and Maxwell at 8-16Gflops per watt. It seems nVidia have moved my cheese as that haven't even left any daylight between them. Kepler finishes at 8 and Maxwell starts at 8. That means they could launch Maxwell at 8 Gflops per watt (hopefully not though) and we wouldn't see much change Also the only thing I can find about Maxwell architecture is unified memory which as per the Anandtech article is about making coding easier. I hope they have some performance improvement magic going on too. Any thoughts?