NVIDIA have made quite a scene at CeBIT today with a number of big announcements. The most highlighted topic for the day would be the launch of their new 7900 series of graphics cards, namely the GeForce 7900 GT, and 7900 GTX which snatches the flag from the previous high-end 7800 GTX.
A third card has also been announced in the 7600 GT which is also based on a more refined 90nm manufacturing process, not unlike the other two aforementioned cards. This card has been born to eventually out-phase the popular mid-range 6600 GT.
NVIDIA's press release can be located here.
"NVIDIA continues to deliver the best GPU solutions for each market segment that we serve," said Ujesh Desai, general manager of desktop GPUs at NVIDIA. "By combining GeForce 7 Series GPUs with our NVIDIA nForce MCPs and NVDIA SLI technology, we are able to deliver a total platform solution that provides astonishing performance and immaculate image quality for our customers."
With the NDA removed, there is a MASS of coverage on these new cards floating around with info and benchmarks galore. Happy reading folks :-
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Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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