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first DX10.1 GPU from nVIDIA soon

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Hitman.1stGame, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. Hitman.1stGame

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    in actively seeking to join AMD to product DX11 card .
    finally, NVIDIA has decided to support the DX10.1 in their new GT21X Card .
    GT21X will be 40nm card with full support for DX10.1
    It's seems that TSMCs issue with 40nm to make GT300 cards ..
    that's could postpone production until mid-next year, according to sources earlier .....
    addition to the big consensus between the DX10.1 and DX11 ...
    makes NVIDIA approaching to DX11 ...
    to offset the delay .
    after AMD the show the world first DX11 GPU .
    until now the specifications of GT21x(GT216&GT218) GPU are unclear,
    although most of news expected to be issued within weeks from now ..
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    hardware-infos
     
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    Some how i doubt this since DX11 and DX11 cards are right around the corner. Bringing DX10.1 out right now for nVIDIA is just a bad business move.
     
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    And Haung said AMD are laggarts :laugh:
     
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    I doubt this is real. But then again I'm mildly retarded.
     
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    I still call BS.
     
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    I believe its a good idea for certain markets (igp and low end), WIndows 7 will use 10.1 for its aero interface. Why put a lot of expensive stuff into something thats only going to be run for emails and internet, and possibly very light gaming.
     

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