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Tuesday, 02 October 2007 14:50

G92/ D8M launches on the 29th

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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London Exclusive: Of October

 

Nvidia nailed the decision to launch G92 aka D8M on the 29th of October, a whole two weeks before it was previously reported. The chips are ready, the boxes are in production and it will all be ready for the launch on one of the last days of October.

At this time there are no implications when will Nvidia launch D8V, aka G98, but it shouldn't be be that far away from this day. The high end comes next year as a dual card.


Both G92 and D8M codenames are real, it just depends who is Nvidia talking to.

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