Nvidia Reportedly Preps Lower-Cost DirectX 11 Graphics Cards for Back-to-School Season.

Nvidia Corp., according to a media report, plans to refresh nearly the whole lineup of its graphics processors by back-to-school season. The new line will reportedly include GF104, GF106 and GF108 graphics processing units, which support DirectX 11 along with other innovations, and will cover a lot of market segments. Nvidia plans to release its performance-mainstream code-named GF106 chip in July and mainstream GF108 graphics chip in August, 2010, according to a news-story from DigiTimes web-site. The GF104 graphics processing unit for high-end/performance mainstream is projected to arrive in June, 2010. The timeline of the releases points to Nvidia’s plan to almost completely refresh its product lineup with Fermi architecture-based products by the back-to-school season.


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Belgium richba5tard says:

Meh. Low cost, high tech has never been a good combination. Maybe it will be able to show "pretty pictures", but at 12fps... :/

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