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Tuesday, 17 April 2007 22:58

Nvidia has 32 flavours of G98

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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A new DX10 GPU


We already
mentioned G98. This is a replacement for the soon to come G78, an entry level cheap DirectX 9 65 nanometre part.


The G98 is a DirectX 10 version of the chip and we already wrote about it here.


Forceware 165.01 has this device listed no less than 32 times. This might mean that Nvidia will have 32 different SKUs (Stock Keeping Units) for different partners or OEMs.

Here are some of the 32 knights of the G98 table.

NVIDIA_G98.DEV_06E0.1 = "NVIDIA G98"
NVIDIA_G98.DEV_06E1.1 = "NVIDIA G98"

Last modified on Wednesday, 18 April 2007 06:57
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