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|14th October 2008, 20:20||#1|
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Geforce GTX goes 40nm - New Names Revealed
So starting off with the high-end, these will be named – as previously announced GTX 270 and GTX 290, although the GTX 260 and GTX 280 will co-exist. Performance parts are to occupy the 230-250 slots and add the prefix GT, as in GT 250. GS prefixes are the mainstream parts and take up the 210 through 220 slots and the lowliest of the low-end is the GeForce G 200 through 209.
Details are fuzzier in the low-end, but that’s to be expected as these are 40nm parts. Moving into a new process usually carries with it a certain degree of uncertainty and it all depends on ramping parts.
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