I have just made a small comparison between Radeon 7000 and GeForce 600 series graphics cards: http://gpus.herokuapp.com The factors taken into account: die size, manifacturing process and the market segment targeted by each gpu. I do not know how good I distributed the different chips to their respective segment. Correct me if I am wrong. Conclusions: It is mix of gpus made in old 40 nm process with the new one 28 nm. The lowest segment is occupied by 40 nm parts and the rest of the segments mainly by 28 nm parts. GeForce has smaller die size of its top chip, GK104, compared with Radeon top chip, Tahit. That allowed NVidia to target lower segments with the same chip. In this way NVidia reduces the producting of a separate product line. Questions: I am just wondering if the integrated gpus takes more market share, will we see just 1-2 new chips per generation instead of 3-4 before? What do you think?