Nvidia Fermi to arrive in March 2010; AMD to launch new GPU in January-February
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
Nvidia has selected the launch date for its next-generation DirectX 11-supporting GPU (Fermi) to be March, 2010, while AMD will launch more GPUs in January-February, according to sources from graphics card makers. Nvidia also plans to have a live demo...
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