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Thursday, 26 July 2007 19:32

Nvidia plans two new high end cards

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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In next 12+ months, exec VP Confirms


Nvidia's Executive Vice President Jeff Fisher also known as Fish by its friends told its analysts that he plans to unveil two or more high end products until the next ananlys meeting. Usually Nvidia host such an event once a year and this time it took the company 15 months to pull up the new one.

Nvidia should launch one chip that people like to know as G92 this year and there should be one more chip in next year and this might be G100 or however Nvidia decides to call this new one. It can easily be call D9H – Desktop / Discrete ninth generation High end but we are just speculating here.

The important stuff is that Nvidia works hard to launch a new chip with PCIe 2.0 capability by the end of this year.

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