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Friday, 14 September 2007 18:18

G92 might be a high mainstream part

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Shanghai / Moscow 07: Not high end


Now we can say that we are confused with G9x series. One thing is certain, Nvidia plans to launch the new chips, codenamed G92 and G98, in November, but now it looks that G92 is indeed a high mainstream part.


Our sources now believe that G92 is the 65 nanometre version that is set to replace 8600GTS and that it can easily be branded as the 8700 card. This card should be faster than GTS but slower than 8800 GTS cards and it should cost between 200 and $250 at launch.


If this is true this means that there won't be a Geforce 8800GTX / Ultra replacement in this year.

Last modified on Friday, 14 September 2007 18:20
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