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Thursday, March 13, 2003

NVIDIA  Geforce Go FX PRs - Benjamin Sun
NVIDIA Mobile GPUs Adopted By World's Top Notebook Manufacturers .Notable in this PR is the adoption by FIC, Medion and Quanta as well as their traditional notebook partner Toshiba.

NVIDIA First To Bring Family of Cinematic GPUs to Notebook Computers Notable here is that the chips are on display at Cebit 2003 which is currently being held in Hannover Germany.

BTW, apparently, ATI's M10 chip will also be announced today. It'll be interesting to see how they compare in terms of battery life, power consumption as well as performance

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Geforce FX Go 5200 announced - Benjamin Sun
NVIDIA has announcd a mobile chip based upon their Geforce FX family of cards. Based upon NV34 (Geforce FX 5200) this chip should be very nice with low power consumption

Click here for Bjorn3d's preview

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Tuesday, March 11, 2003

Geforce FX 5600 Ultra/ 5200 Ultra reviews - Benjamin Sun
Sorry for missing yesterday's review day as I've been quite busy writing a 9800 Pro preview. In case you missed it, here are some 5600/5200 Ultra reviews. Dunno where Joe's review is, but I assume it'll post soon...

Of note is that in most cases, the 9500 Pro outperforms the 5600 Ultra (not unexpected due to the 8 pixel pipelines versus 4 on the 5600 Ultra), the 5600 Ultra outperforms the 9500 non-Pro). In most cases the 5200 Ultra outperforms the 9200, but is outperformed by the Ti4200.

From the conclusions given, the 9500 Pro is probably the best bang for the buck videocard, as the 9600 Pro that's upcoming should be interesting as it's also 4 pixel pipelines but at a higher clockspeed.

Click here for Bjorn3d's review

Click here for 3DGPU's 5600 Ultra review

Click here for 3DGPU's 5200 Ultra review

Click here for ExtremeTech's review

Click here for Tom's review

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Sunday, March 9, 2003

NVIDIA's Geforce FX 5600/5200 launch video - Benjamin Sun
Noticed ON24 has the launch video of NVIDIA's 5600/5200 series. Something interesting of note, in the last minute of the video , Jen-Hsun Huang showed a demo of 4 Dawns moving around on production silicon of NVIDIA's next generation GPU.

Click here to see the video

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