FUD Zilla writes mainstream DirectX 11 graphics cards from NVIDIA should be available by June.
Last time we talked to our well informed sources we learned that cheaper version of Fermi architecture should be coming this summer, most likely June, but since Nvidia keeps slipping its schedule it might happen even at later date. One can only hope that Q3 2010 will be the latest launch deadline, in case if they don't make it in June.
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Re: NVIDIA's mainstream Fermi cards expected in June by Anonymous on Friday, March 26 2010 @ 05:59:22 CET
If they can get the mobile version out, I'll take a few :)
Fact is though, that the more months that go by, the more 5xxx (which already has a superbly performing mobile series) get sold. The more of those that are sold the more developers don't even want to talk to Nvidia. This hole (time, money, and market influence) is huge for Nvidia and the longer it goes, the more likely they don't come out of that hole for years.
AMD/ATI played this one very, very well. And their cards are fantastic.