CES 2010 - In closing at this year's CES, NVIDIA held a conference in Vegas on Sunday which revealed full details along with a preview of its upcoming GF100 (Fermi) DX11-ready desktop graphics card to all of its invitees. Unfortunately TweakTown wasn't on their list and we weren't able to attend for reasons unknown.
Following the conference, NVIDIA has essentially launched the next-gen card in paper form today, giving rights to attendees to release details and talk about Sunday's preview. For a while we've been hearing that the card will come to market late March, but rumours were circulating at CES that it may be pushed back a month to late April or so.
Check out the coverage at the various sources below for specific details about the card's underlying architecture, performance characteristics and much more.
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