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    90nm chipset
    200m transistors
    DirectX 10 support

    See you Q3, 2004

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    what happened to the new NV30?
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    Nothing, it's being launched tomorrow at Comdex.

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    Already startin' on the next one I see. :D


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    YAA BABY !!! hehehe:laugh:
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    Some more NV40 Specs

    300-350 Million Transistors on 90-nm process
    750-800 MHz Core
    16MB Embedded DRAM (134M trans.)
    1.4 GHz 256-512MB DDR-II Memory
    8 Pixel Rendering Pipelines (4 texels each)
    16 Vertex Shader Engines
    204.8 GB/sec Bandwidth (eDRAM)
    44.8 GB/sec Bandwidth (DDR-II)
    25.6 GigaTexels per Second
    3 Billion Vertices per Second
    DirectX 10
    Release H2 2004
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    We've waited how long now for NV30 and you guys expect to see it H2 or Q3 of 2004... right... lets start placing bets. I bet nVidia dont even press relase til Q4 2004 and we dont see stock on shelves til H1 2005. Just because they have their self imposed 6-month product cycle, doesnt mean A: they cant break it, and B: it doesnt consist of halfway ****, like NV32, NV35, and NV38.

    I do like the numbers thou... except that 500$US one.

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    Believe me, if you're impressed with the GeForceFX, then the NV40's going to blow you away.

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    Blow me away? Or blow a gaping hole in my pocketbook?

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    Both

    Fact, in the 60's one transistor cost $30.00, so an NV40 would have set you back a cool $6 billion (USD), OUCH!

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