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Wednesday, 03 November 2010 10:08

Geforce 560 also candidate for 2010

Written by Fuad Abazovic


More pressure on mainstream market
Nvidia has a few more chips in its pocket. In addition to the soon-to-launch GTX 580 it also plans to release the 570 and 560 cards.

The GTX 570 will wait until Nvidia runs out of GTX 470 chips and cards and we are hearing that the GTX 560 might come this year. As we hear, it is a slightly improved GF104.

After a few months there should be a Geforce GT 540 and 520 cards for the entry level but they are almost certainly aiming for a 2011 launch.

Decisions on whether to launch some chips or not are changing almost on a daily basis, so the Geforce GTX 560 might also launch in 2011. It is up to Nvidia to figure out what to do with the GTX 460, which is doing quite well. Price drop perhaps?
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+55 #1 pogsnet 2010-11-03 10:31
Whew! Rebrand here we come, overclocking, enabling some cores now can be called new generation chip?!? Ooops! Only at Nvidia

GTX 460 just launched few months ago, now being replaced already, labeled obsolete by manufacturer already?
 
 
+32 #2 NateMo1980 2010-11-03 10:36
Quoting pogsnet:
Whew! Rebrand here we come, overclocking, enabling some cores now can be called new generation chip?!? Ooops! Only at Nvidia

GTX 460 just launched few months ago, now being replaced already, labeled obsolete by manufacturer already?

Thats why I am selling my 460 and getting a 6970. Tired of this crap and Jensen's marketing approach only shows he is out of control. I supported Nvidia for years but I am done with them now. Nvidia....all you had to do was take your time a make a solid product the first time but NOOO you had screw up and then sell out your own standards to make a quick buck. :sad:
 
 
+51 #3 Tr0y 2010-11-03 10:47
OK I am seriously annoyed now. Do we really need 5 new Nvidia chips each month?!?!

Why not just ONE (a good one like in the GTX460) every 6 month. With proper driver support.
 
 
+13 #4 lucserp 2010-11-03 10:59
If they manage to get a gtx 560 that outperforms gtx 460 1gb and is powered by only one 6-pin power connector, it will be great!
 
 
-32 #5 johndgr 2010-11-03 11:16
NVIDIA NVIDIA NVIDIA. Just change the site's name to "NVIDIAZILLA".
 
 
+29 #6 Tr0y 2010-11-03 11:36
Quoting johndgr:
NVIDIA NVIDIA NVIDIA. Just change the site's name to "NVIDIAZILLA".




Last week it was all about AMD. 6850/6870 ... so what's your point?
 
 
+15 #7 Morse 2010-11-03 11:37
@nate, why are you so wound up, are you un-happy with the gtx460 you bought? its a good card imo the best value nvidia have released in a while. Who cares wha they call the damn things? the kind of person that buy individual gpu's are the kind who know what they are buying. More concerning tbh is releasing a card with a name/model number that implies it is superior to previous gen but is in fact inferior, that really is in-appropriate.

As long as the money you pay out is worth the performance you get whats the problem?
 
 
+20 #8 PainPig 2010-11-03 11:42
A few little tweaks and we can create a whole new line. Money in the bank.
 
 
+22 #9 spede 2010-11-03 12:11
So they are just renaming everything. Nice.
 
 
+8 #10 NateMo1980 2010-11-03 12:57
@Morse

If u look at recent posts i made a few days ago on other Nvidia threads in Fudzilla you will see why. I don't care to explain anymore as this is my last post regarding Nvidia Period! I go with the winning team and it's not Nvidia. Maybe next year I might come back but ONLY if they actually produce a good a card with decent thermals and power consumption and stop the obvious milking with their rebrands and poor excuse of an upgrade that is hardly even worth calling a simple refresh at best. Said my piece, I am done. (For a long time)
 

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