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|28th April 2010, 07:22||#1|
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Nvidia insists Fermi yields have met expectations, denies low yield rumours
Nvidia just can't seem to shake off its share of bad publicity these days, and it does not make things any better when most of that publicity is heavily focused on the company's new GF100 GPU which powers the new GeForce 4XX series of graphics cards.
Even though it has been widely speculated that the GF100 is a victim of low yields due to their extremely complex underlying architecture, thus resulting in limited supply, Nvidia insists in an interview with DigiTimes that they are nothing but rumours, and that Fermi has no problem with yields whatsoever.
According to Henry Drew, Nvidia's General Manager of MCP Business, the company has got “everything under control”.
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