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Old 22nd December 2008, 14:03   #1
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Nvidia wants to continue its big monolithic high-end strategy as this might be a better thing that two chip approach used by ATI. This strategy didnít actually work well this time round, as Nvidia was pushed to launch Geforce GTX 295, a card with two GT200b, 55nm chips simply as its single high end GT200 GTX 280 at 65nm was not enough to beat ATIís two chip X2 card.

Next generation high end, the one that comes after GTX 285 and dual chip GTX 295 will again be a big chip but it looks that Nvidia keeps a dual card approach as a reserve that can help it in fight against ATI. emid=34
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Old 22nd December 2008, 23:06   #2
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NVIDIA can't exactly change their strategy overnight... if development of RV770 started five years ago, NVIDIA will have to wait 4-5 years before we see their answer to RV770. Probably two or three big monolithic chips already deep in the pipeline first.
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