NVIDIA 8900 GTX In The Works To Crush ATI's R600?

Posted: Feb 14 2007, 5:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:00am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

NVIDIA 8900 GTX in the Works to Crush ATI's R600?
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The geeks over at The Inq are saying that they have insider info telling them that NVIDIA is working on a new card called the 8900 GTX that is slated to launch at the same time as ATI’s R600.

Rumor has it the R600 will launch at the end of March, beginning of April. The Inq also claims that the 8900 GTX has 25% more shaders than the current 8800 GTX, yet still used the G80 GPU. That means that the G80 has had more shaders all along and NVIDIA was just waiting to spring them on ATI, assuming any of this info is factual. If this card does come out then we should see it in the next couple of months. Here’s hoping this is true I would love to see a card with even more performance than the 8800 GTX. Story and image via The Inquirer

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