NVIDIA general manager of notebook product business, Rene Haas, is confident that his firm will be able to gain back its leading position in the GPU market in the second half of this year with the new Fermi-based laptop GPUs:
Nvidia expects to gain back its leading position in the graphics card market in the second half of 2010 with its new Fermi-based notebook graphics cards, the GeForce 400M series, according to company general manager of notebook product business, Rene Haas.
Nvidia released seven GPUs under its GeForce 400M series, the GeForce GTX470M/460M for enthusiast level, and GeForce GT 445M/435M/425M/420M/415M for performance level. All the GPUs support Nvidia's Optimus technology and their average performance is 40% faster than their predecessors, Haas noted.
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Re: NVIDIA: We'll regain the top spot in 2H 2010 by Anonymous on Saturday, September 04 2010 @ 13:23:36 CEST
It will do so (lot of pent up demand from those unsatisfied with ATI solutions). However it can't screw up the drivers and it can't afford to charge huge premium prices either. $1200-1500 for SLI 480M's has to change. There are a lot of price levels in this release but Nvidia, in order to win share back again, must keep a careful eye on the price to performance ratio and be sure they don't go off the deep end. ATI competition will be fierce.