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NVIDIA GeForce 9M series lineup unveiled

Posted on Friday, April 04 2008 @ 19:29:14 CEST by

VR Zone published information about NVIDIA's upcoming mobile GeForce 9-series GPUs:

Codename Suffix GPU architecture Branding
NB9E GTX G92 GeForce 9800M GTX
GT G94 GeForce 9800M GTS

GeForce 9800 GS

GS G94 GeForce 9700M GTS
GE G96 GeForce 9700M GT

GeForce 9700M GS

NB9P GT G96 GeForce 9650M GT
GS G96 GeForce 9600M GT
GE2 G96 GeForce 9600M GS
GV G96 GeForce 9500M GS
NB9M GS G98 GeForce 9400M GS

GeForce 9300M GS

GE G98 GeForce 9200M GS


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Re: NVIDIA GeForce 9M series lineup unveiled
by Anonymous on Saturday, April 05 2008 @ 04:30:32 CEST
Remember as you compare these lovely chips to the AMD counterparts, that for years Nvidia has promised to make dual screens possible for all SLI configurations.

Years later, they have nothing to show for it, and keep telling you that the "next" chip will finally do it. So they will probably sell you a new chip next year or the year after to do it.

Meanwhile AMD has a perfectly working Crossfire solution that handles dual screens without blinking an eye. It's seamless and takes no effort, not a single extra setting.

So when you think about a mobile solution, bear in mind that no matter what the promises, Nvidia will fail to deliver mobile drivers 6 months after you own your machine, and despite the millions of dual screen solutions worldwide, they will never enable that in a mobile solution. The promises they will do so are meaningless.

And meanwhile AMD keeps advancing the technology, delivering more each generation.

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