NVIDIA’s GeForce 6800 Go Suddenly Found in a Notebook

@ 2004/10/01
Eurocom, a Canada-based notebook maker, earlier this week unveiled a desktop replacement laptop that uses Intel Pentium 4 processor along with NVIDIA’s GeForce 6800 Go graphics chip, an unannounced mobile graphics processing unit from NVIDIA Corp.

Eurocom’s D900T Phantom is one of the first notebooks to be based on a PCI Express interconnection and DDR2 memory supporting Intel’s 915P chipset. The company also plans to enable up to 3.60GHz processors and up to 320GB HDDs into the new machine. While initially Eurocom referred the graphics chip as “NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Go”, it then changed the term to “Upgradeable 256MB DDR2 PCI Express x16 graphics by NVIDIA with HDTV output”.

An NVIDIA spokeswoman Diane Vanasse declined to comment on the GeForce 6800 Go products, as it was unannounced by press time.

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Comment from IKilledMyAGOIA @ 2004/10/05
somebody screwed the pooch on that NDA

 

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