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Old 19th January 2010, 12:27   #1
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Default Nvidia's mainstream Fermi is not delayed

We've learned that the six-month delay of Geforce version of GF100 Fermi chips and cards won't actually hinder the introduction of other, slower version of Fermi card. The whole point of making the insanely big Fermi is to win the hearts of journalists and enthusiasts and to bring this architecture to performance, mainstream and finally entry-level markets. Entry-level is where the money is, even though you need to send millions of these cards to make a decent profit. Mainstream Fermi is a project that Nvidia is pushing side-by-side with high-end Fermi and we've learned that mainstream Fermi should be on time.

http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/17290/34/
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