55nm NVIDIA GPUs In H2 2007

"NVIDIA is very likely to be the first customer to introduce production on TSMC 55nm half node geometry."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 28/03/07
Author: PV5150
Source: VR-Zone

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NVIDIA is very likely to be the first customer to introduce production on TSMC 55nm half node geometry. Given its long established ties with TSMC, NVIDIA started pilot runs on 55nm in early 2007 and samples should be available for customers in the second half of 2007. NVIDIA should introduce 55nm in volume production in the first quarter of 2008. AMD has also started pilot runs on 55nm. Chips fabricated on 55nm are to hit the market in early 2008.

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27-03-2007, 07:48:36

a1651
$1000USD MSRP...well if its faster than a R600 :) Need some benchmarks though.

27-03-2007, 07:58:41

Kempez
Gotta love the graphics "game". nVidia are just playing it as usual. This time though I don't know whether ATI will have a product that has better IQ...unlike the X1800/X1900 series.

27-03-2007, 13:33:28

jackvdbuk
why is it ATi are always so late introducing new technology?? it was the same for 9.0C as well, Nvidia are always first to bring it out then ATi follow second :S

27-03-2007, 13:35:26

!TIMMY!
But NVIDIA rushes them out whereas ATI don't, e.g. the whole FX series was shocking. But I still love NVIDIA :)

27-03-2007, 14:19:33

Ham
^^ fanboy:p. But seriously, $1000? the most expensive (gamer targeted) card ever?

27-03-2007, 14:54:52

PP Mguire
Damn, thats really exspensive. Can you say prive gouging?

27-03-2007, 15:48:10

Toxcity
8800GTS FTW!
Im sorry Nvidia, you have just lost some respect from moi... $1000 is fooking outrageous! :eek:

27-03-2007, 19:04:18

Allsorts
US$1000 doesn't surprise me as a minority of people will be prepared to pay the going rate for the fastest GPU out there. It's getting more and more expensive to stay at the bleeding edge. I gave up a long time ago :(.

27-03-2007, 19:08:06

Joe
Yes and then ATi will add an extra few MHZ and Pathways .. wont the ''compensation'' competition end .. helltoit as long i can run 2142 @ 1600*1200 in all beauty i wont b upgrading


Not to mention you cant run F@H on nvidia (but they had to release that compiler didnt they)

28-03-2007, 05:50:40

Mr. Smith
$1000 bucks... This has to be something more special than an OC'd 8800GTX.

Any details of architecture/specs?
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