Updated 21 May, 2013, 3:43 pm IST
Nvidia begin sampling 28nm Kepler GPUs, going with a bottom-to-top release
| by Roydon Cerejo |
In the past couple of years, Nvidia have always launched their flagship graphics cards first and then eventually filled up the mid-range and mainstream slots. AMD, on the other hand have always followed a different philosophy, they would release one mid-range and high-end card first and then later release the mainstream and flagship cards. While Nvidia’s next-gen Kepler GPU is still months away from release, we finally have some codenames and specifications of the mobile chips that will make their way to notebooks in 2012. The green giant is following bottom-to-top release, this time and the first chip to release would be the GK107.
Starting small this time around
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