Nvidia Delays Fermi GPU, AMD Launching GPUs In Jan-Feb

Posted: Dec 28 2009, 10:54am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:28pm CDT, in Notebooks and PCs


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If you've been looking to get your hands on a DirectX 11-capable Fermi GPU, you're going to have to wait a bit. According to Digitimes, Nvidia has been forced to delay Fermi until March of 2010. This means that we will not get to see the Fermi GPU at CES 2010. Nvidia will release a 40nm GDDR5 memory-based Fermi GF100 GPU in March, and another GF104 GPU later in the year in order to hit the high-end market. While Nvidia has suffered a delay, AMD is right on schedule. They've got 40nm Radeon HD 5670/5570 and HD 5450 GPUs ready for a launch in late January, early February. And there's another spot of bright news; Digitimes reports that 40nm process yields have started to improve. There still isn't sufficient production capacity to supply both Nvidia and AMD, but we're getting there.

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