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|GeForce 8800 Ultra to Launch with the 8600 Series |
| Published on March 15th, 2007 |
According to several of NVIDIA's partners, NVIDIA is planning to
release their GeForce 8800 Ultra together with the soon to be released
GeForce 8600 series. The word in the halls is saying that NVIDIA is
planning to release several GPU's on the same day. The 8300 GS,
8400 GS, 8500 GT, 8600 GT, 8600 GTS and the new ‘monster',
the 8800 Ultra. According to the same sources, the GeForce 8800 Ultra
will be an overclocked version of the 8800 GTX aimed to deal with the
upcoming threat from ATI's R600. The exact specification and
technical details are still unknown at this stage. It is known that
many of NVIDIA's partners are preparing for a hard launch.
It is also rumored that NVIDIA is planning to end the life of the
GeForce 7 line on the 28th of April though none of our sources have
agreed to give us the exact release date. According to other reports,
it is the 17th of April, but it still unofficial. On another note, some
of our sources have told us that they will release an AGP version of
the GeForce 7900 GS and 7950 GT to compete with ATI's latest AGP
solution - the Radeon X1950 PRO AGP. It seems that you can already find
these appearing on the market and available through limited sources.
And since we are talking NVIDIA, it seems that they have also launched
a new IGP chipset for AMD and Intel. I am talking about GeForce 7050. A
few motherboards are already appearing at the CeBIT computer show. This
is a DirectX 9.0, Shader Model 2 GPU with HDMI and HDCP support.
According to other sites, NVIDIA has already announced about it.
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