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NVIDIA has 50,000 GeForce 8800 GT cards for launch

Posted on Wednesday, October 24 2007 @ 00:10:16 CEST by

The Inquirer says NVIDIA and its partners are shipping GeForce 8800 GT cards around the globe. The site claims about 50,000 8800 GT graphics cards will be available on Monday, which is 2.5x as much as usual.
But what is more interesting is the number of boards that is coming out in first wave. Nvidia usually has 20.000 boards in first wave, 20.000 in second and then either decreases the production - such as off-shot products with short life-spans 0 or increases.

Whatever happens, with the "flavour of the year" policy, you can expect that one partner will have enough products, while others will be happy to receive hundreds or thousands of boards, depending.

We managed to learn that for the very first launch day, Nvidia got Foxconn and Flextronics to push out a grand total of 50,000 512MB boards for first wave, followed by a smaller number for the week after, and a higher number for weeks after that.

Overall, there should be around 200-300,000 512MB boards in the mix before years' end, which does not look all that great when it comes to potential multi-million selling titles such as Hellgate: London, Crysis, Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3, all coming in the next five weeks.



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