NVIDIA prepping dual-GT300 for Q1 2010?

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 18 2009 @ 00:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla claims NVIDIA is working on a dual-GPU GT300 based graphics card to counter AMD's dual-RV870. The site believes the card will be showed off by the end of the year, while availability is expected in Q1 2010.
We’ve confirmed this but we are not sure if Nvidia can launch this card in November or it will also show the demo in late Q4 2009 and start shipping it in Q1 2010, probably in January.

Nvidia’s card is DirectX 11 compatible and its built to run parallel processing CUDA, DirectX compute or OpenCL. This is what Nvidia values apart of being the fastest graphics boy on the block.

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Re: NVIDIA prepping dual-GT300 for Q1 2010?
by Anonymous on Tuesday, Aug 18 2009 @ 04:35 CEST
And AMD is targetting dual 870's for Sep 09.

Anyone care to guess what happens when Nvidia is 6 months late to the party? Right, the party is already over and folks start talking DX 11.1, haha.