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Thursday, 27 September 2007 11:03

Nvidia's D8E comes very early Q1

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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January?


Our sources have confirmed that Nvidia said that the D8E – Desktop 8th generation Enthusiast dual PCB, dual chip product comes in 2008 and not in November like many previously expected.


Nvidia simply can't get it ready in time. the D8M – Mainstream and the D8V – Value parts are going to be 65 nanometre and ready for November.


The D8E will be a GX2 like card with two PCBs and two chips and many power connectors. It will launch very early in Q1 which indicates January or February as a possible date.


The funny thing is that the dual RV670 card comes at the same time and it will be fun to see who will be better.

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