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Monday, 26 March 2007 10:22

G98 should be out by mid 2007

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Entry level DirectX 10


G78 will have its DirectX 10 replacement. We wrote about this chip last week here.

 
Nvidia is working hard to introduce its latest chip called G98 which should be a DirectX 10 version of the entry level card, probably cheaper than $60.


We still don’t know the size of the chip but we suspect that it might be 65 nanometre but we know that it supports DirectX 10 and has a new Video processor called VP3.


The current G78 has VP1 and is DirectX 9 capable. G98 is expected in the middle of the year so we expect to see it before the beginning of Q3.

 

 

 

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