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Nvidia G71 90nm (7900 Ultra @ 750 MHz) and G80 info

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by NV55, Dec 4, 2005.

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    NV55 Guest

    http://www.beyond3d.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26270
    http://www.vr-zone.com.sg/?i=3005

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    NVIDIA CFO Marv Burkett and VP Michael Hara at CSFB Annual Technology
    Conference 2005 revealed more about the GeForce 7 series where the 90nm
    G72 (GeForce 7200) and G73 (GeForce 7600) will be announced in Q1 next
    year. G72 will be 64-bit and support TurboCache technology. Marv
    Burkett revealed that GeForce 7200 and 7600 series will last between
    one to one and half year. G71 will be 90nm and is expected to be much
    higher clocked at 750MHz. As for G80, the development process has been
    smooth and is slated for mid 2006 release which i suppose during
    Computex 2006. Also G80 will support Shader Model 4.0.


    Nvidia GeForce 7900 Ultra @750MHz / 1.9GHz 256-bit 512MB GDDR 3 SDRAM
    1ns (Samsung K4J52324QC-BJ10) 1000MHz
     
    NV55, Dec 4, 2005
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    deimos Guest

    Dammit, shouldn't the lowest end technology be getting BETTER rather
    than using the same old damn 64-bit bus shit? What the hell is the
    point on a decent core like a G72 being hampered by a crap bus? And
    NOBODY WANTS FUCKING TURBOCACHE! Raise the bar for 'cripes sake!!!!

    G80 looks good however :). DX10, Vista? Wonder what SM4 does?
     
    deimos, Dec 4, 2005
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