NVIDIA GF100 Fermi has entered mass production

Posted on Saturday, January 09 2010 @ 15:40 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed at CES that the GF100 "Fermi" GPU has finally entered mass production.
At the Consumer Electronics Show Nvidia Corp.’s chief executive officer said that the highly-anticipated next-generation graphics processor known as GF100 (aka NV60, G300, GT300) had finally entered mass production. The company remained tight-lipped regarding the release time frame of the future product, which was first shown over three months ago.

“Everyone is dying to know when they can buy GF100. Happy to tell you that it is in volume production, ramping very hard and you can get a sneak peak of it here at CES,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, chief executive officer of Nvidia, at a press conference during CES 2010.

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