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Wednesday, 16 June 2010 14:06

Nvidia's GF104 to be on two cards

Written by Slobodan Simic
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GTX 460 and GTS 455 for starters
Rumourville has finally started to brew in relation to Nvidia's upcoming GF104, GF106 and GF108 GPUs, and we managed to hear couple of things and GF104 is now mentioned on two cards - the previously detailed GTX 460 and the yet unmentioned GTS 455.

We guess that Nvidia will try to flood the market with as many cards as they can in order to be spread across larger market segments and the GTS 455 should end up to be cheaper and of course a bit slower than the GTX 460. The good side of the story is that GF104 will have an attractive price, and we guess that GTS 455 might be end up to be quite interesting.

Of course, it is still to early to talk about any specifications as these aren't been finallized yet. Keep in mind that Nvidia might change the name at a later date but we were told that two GF104 based cards are possible.
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