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ASUS EN7900GT Review

Posted on Friday, March 10 2006 @ 00:09:51 CET by LSDsmurf

Looking at how well NVIDIA's existing lineup is holding well with the existing mainstream and high-end GPUs still using the tried and proven 110nm process, it's not difficult to fathom what a GPU die-shrink to 90nm would do for them. Lower costs, reduced power consumption, greater clock speeds are just some of the most immediate gains from using a more advanced manufacturing process technology and that's exactly what NVIDIA set out to accomplish for the mainstream and high-end GeForce 7 segment with updated parts.

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