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NVIDIA Fermi name change was last-minute decision

Posted on Wednesday, February 03 2010 @ 13:23:29 CET by

FUD Zilla heard the decision to launch Fermi as the GeForce GTX 480 and GeForce GTX 470 was a last-minute change. The site also heard that some cards may get out by the end of the month, so partners can showcase them at next month's CeBIT.
The cards should be showcased at Cebit by various Nvidia partners which means that they might get it by the end of February, but as always since we are talking about Fermi here, nothing is certain.

Apparently, the old names for the GF100 were GTX 380 and GTX 360, something that would make sense considering the previous naming history, but as it could create a lot of confusion for the average consumer considering the fact that Nvidia rebranded some old cards as the 300 series, so we guess that this is even better.



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