NVIDIA will soon debut a new GeForce GTX 260 graphics card with 216 shaders, a slight increase over the 192 shaders of the original GeForce GTX 260 cards. TweakTown found some photos and benchmark figures. Previous rumours indicated these cards will simply be called "GeForce GTX 260", meaning it would be hard to distinguish new the product, but the pic unveils it might be called "GeForce GTX 260 Gold".
The above image gives a perspective on some of the branding we may expect to distinguish newer GTX 260 parts from their older brethren.
With the article also offering a sneak peak of the performance increases to be expected from the boosted number of Shader Processors, it appears we can expect an increase of roughly 8% in 3DMark Vantage tests.