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|29th March 2009, 12:22||#1|
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NVIDIA Dual GPU 3~7Gb Quadro Coming Up?
As we all know, GeForce and Quadro are mostly the same cards, but the difference is several million lines of code containing optimizations for professional applications. We all saw the adoption of GT200b chip through Quadro cards at first, and it is no wonder that nVidia plans to do a Quadro version of GeForce GTX 295. In fact, nVidia almost certainly has to do just that, since their direct competitor is going to launch dual-RV780 (could it be RV790?) based professional card in the next 10 days or so. With ATI most probably putting 4GB of GDDR5 memory on the card, nVidia had to react.
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