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Wednesday, 22 August 2007 15:52

G92, Geforce 9800 samples in September

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 07: To some high profile customers


Nvidia is doing the final preparations in order to send the first samples of Geforce 9800 or something that we know as G92 to its high end partners and developers.

 

Very few privileged people will get one that early and if all goes well there will be some G92 cards in some developers and customers PC already in September.

 

Nvidia is about to gather a lot of editors to tell them how good the new chips in October and the reviews and the real retail / etail launch is expected in November.

Of course this means that the G92 chip is taped out and that it works well.

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