Some other details are around which we cannot yet confirm. What we know is that the chip is 80 nanometre, has a 512-bit memory controller, unified Shader marchitecture, supports DirectX 10 and should make G80 run for its money.
The launch should take place in February, late according to our usually very well-informed sources but this is also a date that has been moved around more than a few times.
It sure is late but it will make Nvidia speed up its G80. The overclocked versions will flood the market starting January. µ
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