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pabloc74

entradas: 18123

04:16 09/11/2007

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nvidia dio a conocer lo que seran los nuevos nombres para su nueva generacion de placas de video. lo que pretenden con esto es reemplazar el conocido Gx por algo mas descriptivo. los nombres seran los siguientes..

D8M: Eighth generation mainstream, previously named G98
D8P: Eighth generation performance, previously named G92
D9M: Ninth generation mainstream
D9P: Ninth generation performance
D9E: Ninth generation enthusiast

GeForce 8800 GT, codenamed G92 and D8P, stole the majority of the headlines last week. GeForce 8800 GT, the 112 stream processor sub-titan, became NVIDIA's first 65nm processor design. However, NVIDIA's dark horse was really the revision on GeForce 8800 GTS SSC.

GeForce 8800 GTS SSC, as it’s awkwardly called, is essentially identical to the GeForce 8800 GTS based on the 90nm G80 core. However, where typical 8800 GTS components only enables 96 of the 128 stream processors of the G80 core, the 8800 GTS SSC enables 112 stream processors — the same number featured on the GeForce 8800 GT.

And yet in December, GeForce 8800 GTS is expected to undergo another revision as the company moves from the 90nm G80 core to the 65nm D8P. Vendors will introduce 112 stream processor and 128 stream processor revisions on D8P, which even further convolutes the corporate guidance put forth just a week ago.

NVIDIA will continue to cannibalize the GeForce 8000 series as it moves to 65nm silicon across the board. GeForce 8400 will likely be the first to go before the end of the year, as the G86 design is replaced by the 65nm D8M silicon, which was previously called G98.

As 2007 comes to a close, the company will ramp production on ninth-generation components to replace the eighth-generation 65nm parts, D8x. Sound familiar? It should, as NVIDIA is almost exactly replicating Intel's tick-tock strategy of alternate cycles of design and shrink.

Early NVIDIA roadmaps claim D9M, the first ninth-generation NVIDIA component, will replace the GeForce 8500-series lineup. There's no retail designation for these D9x parts, but it would be a safe bet to say these will be the GeForce 9xxx-series cards.

D9M will add PCIe 2.0 support, DirectX 10.1, wider memory controllers (up to 128-bits) and will be based on a 65nm silicon. D9P, the likely 8600-series replacement, adds the same features as D9M, but the memory controller width will top out at 256-bits.

D9E, the enthusiast component slated to replace the GeForce 8800-series, will incorporate all of the features of D9P and add a 512-bit memory bus. NVIDIA is holding its cards close on D9E, and has not provided any other guidance or release date.

High End Level

gonks

entradas: 818

05:37 09/11/2007

2

wow! q lindo fin de año q nos espera!

Midle End Level

FaLcoN

Argentina

entradas: 210

10:19 09/11/2007

3

Se me hace agua la boca.

Saludos!

Persevera y triunfarás!

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marttinkaz

entradas: 2471

10:39 09/11/2007

4
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wow! q lindo fin de año q nos espera!

sii para los que tienen guita xD

seguro van a doler mucho esas placas.

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ivan quaglia

entradas: 14363

11:13 09/11/2007

5

si van a doler y mucho en especial las enthusiast, pero al menos va a ser lindo para pegar las narices en la vidriera

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Actuario

entradas: 1617

11:25 09/11/2007

6

Si si señores yo soy de 65nm !! Si si señores….

A juntar $$ para la próxima generación !!!

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ShArK666

entradas: 5311

11:59 09/11/2007

7

van a doler lo mismo q duelen las placas high end de hoy……….no te creas q va a haber una dif…
La q me gustaria ver es la gama 9xxx de NV …………eso va a dar miedo realmente.

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Entry Level

pantufla

entradas: 74

12:28 09/11/2007

8

a bueno pero estan a full los flacos de nvidia, osea que saldrian nuevas "8600" con 256bits si no entendi mal? y pcie 2.0 etc etc, mmm interesante, y mas si no me alcanza para una 8800gt, mmmm interesante,

Hardcore Extreme Level

striker

Cochabamba- Bolivia

entradas: 3450

12:59 09/11/2007

9

realmente se viene cosas groxas para el año espero cambiar mi placa por un 9800GTS (un decir)

saludos

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hollymaN

entradas: 3209

02:26 10/11/2007

10

hay que esperar y esperar, pero parecen grosas, pero yo me quedo con la mia por ahoraa (L)

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zutroy

entradas: 247

11:25 10/11/2007

11

"D9M will add PCIe 2.0 support, DirectX 10.1, wider memory controllers (up to 128-bits) and will be based on a 65nm silicon. D9P, the likely 8600-series replacement, adds the same features as D9M, but the memory controller width will top out at 256-bits."

wider? las 8500 ya tenian 128bit de bus. que chantas! y pcie2.0? ridiculo en bandwidth y corriente. a mi me parece que lo del pcie2.0 se apuraron en sacarlo por lo que consumen las 2900xt, porque el el ancho de banda aun les sobra. esperemos que el soporte de dx10.1 se traduzca en ALGO De rendimiento

era hora que una placa mainstream tenga 256bit para la memoria, pero a precio razonable