It seems like NVIDIA has started to build up some momentum pending the NV100 (Fermi) GPU release. A photo "leaked" on the web where NVIDIA's Technical Marketing Director Tom Petersen is showing off a PC apparently equipped with two cards setup in SLI -- yes the cards are NV100 based - the Fermi family. The cards should either be either GeForce GTX 360 or (we assume) GeForce GTX 380. If rumors are correct then the chips empowering these graphics card will have no less than 3 billion transistors, 512 shader processors and horrendously fast quad data rate memory.
We'll refrain from the loose specs and gossip on that part though.
Here's the leaked photo - click to enlarge.
Tom Petersen, Director of Technical Marketing at NVIDIA, proudly showing off his new Maingear Shift PC, equipped with two, count 'em two GF100 cards! His smile ... very positive.
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