We doubt it a little but NVIDIA may show off its GK104 chip at EVGA's PDXLAN on Friday, February 17th. The very latest information comes from EVGA, Gearbox Software and NVIDIA.
This weekend will see 19th PDXLan taking place in Portland, Oregon. Over the course of weekend, EVGA plans to showing the next generation "Kepler" running PhysX demo of a new game from Gearbox Software. We expect that specifications stay the secret over the course of weekend, with everybody talking about the game alone, and the official unveil of Kepler will follow in weeks to come.
Since the demo will happen during the weekend (February 17-19, 2012), the event will doubtlessly focus on the game itself, rather than the hardware running it.
NVIDIA GeForce 290.36 download available - 11/29/2011 05:00 AM
This is the first beta release from the Release 290 family of drivers. This driver package supports GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500-series desktop GPUs as well as ION desktop GPUs. New...
Unofficial 28nm NVIDIA GPU Roadmap - 11/28/2011 01:19 PM
Here's an unofficial NVIDIA 28nm manufacturing process roadmap for Kepler in 2012. The high-end chip will have a smaller die than the massive Fermi and will bear the name GK104.