GT300 delayed till 2010
GT215/216/218 MIA as well
By Charlie Demerjian
Tuesday, 5 May 2009, 17:25 IT LOOKS LIKE Nvidia engineering is getting right back into its old fighting form once again. The GT300 chip is delayed until 2010, and the GT21x parts seem to be MIA.
The big news is of course the GT300 delay. A few weeks ago it was promising insiders parts in October, a goal that was laughably unrealistic given that the tapeout was set for June. It seems that realism might be poking it's head through the Santa Clara FUD, er... fog, and NV has told those who need to know that it will be Q1 2010 now. Given its timeliness of late, we think it should append a bold "Maybe...." to that though.
Update: No nvidia G(T)300 at Computex 2009
The nVidia News from Computex 2009:
NVIDIA Continues To Lead WINDOWS 7 Readiness
Windows 7 will mark a dramatic improvement in the way the Windows operating system takes advantage of the graphics processing unit (GPU) to provide a more compelling user experience.
Personal SuperComputing With DELL: NVIDIA Tesla GPUs Now Shipping In DELL Workstations
“The Dell Precision R5400, T7500 and T5500 together with the Tesla GPU computing processors is putting the power of supercomputing on the desktop,” said Greg Weir, senior manager, Dell Product Group. “We have seen early praise for the efforts of both Dell and NVIDIA to bring an economical high-performance computing solution to the most demanding customers.”
SuperCharge Your Research With The Tesla Preconfigured Cluster
Tesla GPU Preconfigured Clusters provide up to 30 times the performance of CPU-only solutions, enabling IT managers to deploy smaller, more computationally dense systems.
NVIDIA Brings Highly Acclaimed Quadro FX 4800 To MAC Market
NVIDIA today brings to Mac Pro users its award-winning NVIDIA® Quadro® FX 4800, the market’s most advanced professional graphics card.
NVIDIA and Acer Disrupt the Market with Amazingly Small, Green, Full-featured PC
NVIDIA and Acer reshaped the PC landscape today by setting a new standard for small PCs with the introduction of the world’s first NVIDIA® ION™ -based PC, the Acer AspireRevo.
NVIDIA Extends Performance Lead With New GeForce GTX 275 GPU
NVIDIA today announced the GeForce® GTX 275 GPU, the latest addition to NVIDIA’s performance GPU lineup, offering first-rate graphics, physics, and GPU computing performance, as well as the absolute best price-performance for today’s value-conscious gamers.
World's Leading Software Companies Rally Around NVIDIA ION
NVIDIA® ION® is drawing industry-wide support from analysts and the world’s leading software companies, including Adobe, Google, Microsoft, and Electronic Arts.
New NVIDIA APEX Technology Accelerates Physics Creation Pipeline For Content Developers
NVIDIA Corporation today announced NVIDIA® APEX, a dramatic new capability to its PhysX® technology development software development kit (SDK), that provides artists, level designers, and game developers with a set of easy-to-use tools that streamline the process of implementing scalable physics across multiple platforms for next-generation titles.
Nvidia tries to sell itself: Road to victory has potholes
"THE WORD ON the grapevine at Computex is that Nvidia has been quietly shopping itself around for sale.
A company that declined the privilege confirmed to SemiAccurate that the long whispered rumors were true."
THE WORD ON the grapevine at Computex is that Nvidia has been quietly shopping itself around for sale.
A company that declined the privilege confirmed to SemiAccurate that the long whispered rumors were true.
Full story: http://www.semiaccurate.com/2009/06/01/nvidia-tries-sell-itself/