A peek under nVIDIA's covers
Subject: General Tech | January 4, 2008 - 11:47 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP has a look at nVIDIA's upcoming year, which seems to be on hold until mid-year. The whole 9800 series represent a die shrink to 65nm, not a jump in technology, so don't curse your 8800 series too much just yet. If you are looking to go Tri-SLI, then you should have your wish in March.
"We serve up a glimpse into the NVIDIA GeForce GPU cycle for early 2008. Some will laugh, some will cry, and some will
While this is in no way complete, it should help our readers understand the direction NVIDIA is taking their video cards
in early 2008. Some of this is sketchy and we will surely have follow up articles on the subject."
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