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|6th January 2006, 19:43||#1|
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Nvidia's G71 still not in OEM, distributors hands
NVIDIA is being dead silent about its upcoming 90 nanometre part, codemaned G71. We posted most of the details about it but we are still missing the clock speeds for the chip.
We asked around some of the big guys who say that ATI has been shipping its R580 - the Radeon X1900 XTX - to them for some time. More than one source confirmed that ATI is preparing for a massive hard launch of its new line, as it will be able to ship the cards when it announces them. In fact, the cards are being sent to shops and OEMs as we speak and they are in production, so everything looks hunky dory for the Canadians right now.
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