Nvidia G92 GPU launch brought forward

Nvidia is bringing forward the launch date of its upcoming GeForce 8800 GT (G92) GPU to October 29 from the original November 12, targeting AMD's new Radeon HD 2950PRO (RV670) as the major competitor, according to sources at graphics card makers. With G92 and RV670 having a tight performance/price ratio, Nvidia's earlier launch should give the company an advantage in the market, noted the sources

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This looks like it's finally a decent mid-range DX10 card (which I will use for OpenGL 3.0 and DX9). The ATI one might be good too, if they have lowered the power consumption and heat.

Digix said,
this is your geforce 9 series G92
I believe that it's still an 8 series card but. It's going to slot into the 8800 range
Nvidia is bringing forward the launch date of its upcoming GeForce 8800 GT (G92)


last I read between the 320Meg 8800GTS and the 8800GTX somewhere.

I'm hopefull Nvidia will have a new high end card before the years out. I'm quite doubtful the GTX will be that great a performer in the next bunch of games like UT3 and Crysis, especially on high res monitors.