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Nvidia Shows Off GeForce “Fermi” Graphics Card Rendering DirectX 11 Benchmark.
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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 18:12

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Nvidia Shows Image of Working GeForce “Fermi” Graphics Board
[11/18/2009 07:21 AM]
by Anton Shilov

Nvidia Corp. on Wednesday displayed the first photo of its next-generation flagship graphics card based on the Fermi-GF100 (also known as NV60, G300, GT300) graphics processing unit (GPU). The graphics board seems to be complete antipode to the prototype/dummy board the company demonstrated two months ago.



The first image of the next-generation Nvidia GeForce graphics card shows a working board rendering the already well-known Unigine Heaven DirectX 11 benchmark. The photo was published in Nvidia’s blog on Facebook, thus, may be considered as the first official picture of the Fermi-GF100 graphics card. It is noteworthy that the first relatively public demonstration of Nvidia’s DirectX 11 GPU happens over five months later than the arch-rival ATI, graphics business unit of Advanced Micro Devices, showcased its Radeon HD 5800 chip in action at Computex Taipei 2009 in early June. [More...] [Comments...]

 

 

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