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Old 22nd February 2008, 17:27   #1
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Default GeForce 9 series roadmap updated, GeForce 9500 added

NVIDIA has updated the GeForce 9 series roadmap and with it we can see not only the addition of the GeForce 9500 series, but also that GeForce 9800GX2 remains set for March 11. We've also found out that the highly anticipated GeForce 9800GT is slated for April 3. Before that, GeForce 9800GTX should arrive at the end of March. All GeForce 9 launches are scattered throughout Spring, and later in May, GeForce 9600GS will appear. GeForce 9500GT will surface in June, while the 9500GS should arrive one month after that.

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Old 28th February 2008, 10:26   #2
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i noticed that this says the 9800gt and 9800gtx will have the same number of stream processors as the 8800gt and 8800gtx. and the gt models are both 65nm.... so what exactly is the benefit?
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i noticed that this says the 9800gt and 9800gtx will have the same number of stream processors as the 8800gt and 8800gtx. and the gt models are both 65nm.... so what exactly is the benefit?
Marketing fluff, Tri-SLI, and probably better clockspeeds for at least some small performance increase.
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hmm ok well tri-sli for the lower end models would DEFINATLY be cool. i hope it will happen
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