NVIDIA preps new product naming
Some rumors on the web say that NVIDIA might change the naming of it's graphics cards significantly. You guys know the cards as GeForce 9800 GT, GeForce 8800 GTX etc etc,. The word out on the street I that NVIDIA wants to simplify that naming by dropping the 8000- and 9000-series names.
Basically by example, the 9800 GT would become GeForce GT + an extension.
So the 9000 series as GeForce GT G100, GT120, GT130, GT140 and GT150 models. When the 2009 45 nm GPUs arrive, which is to be expected around Q1 or Q2, Nvidia will have fully transitioned to the new branding structure: Enthusiast GPUs will be integrated into the GTX200-series, performance GPUs into the GT200-series, mainstream GPUs into the GS200-series and entry-level products into the G200-series.
Rumor has it that the company will be announcing additional graphics cards in the GT200 series on October 15.
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