Last week there was some wonderful leaks about Nvidia’s upcoming 9000 series graphics cards.
The first one I want to talk about is the Geforce 9600GT. The info leaked shows that the first shipments of the 9600GT will have a 650MHz core clock and a 1625MHz unified shader clock. The 9600GT will feature a 256-bit memory bus interface with a memory clock of 900MHz. The processor on this graphics card will be made using 65nm manufacturing and will require a 6-pin supplementary power connector and a 400W power supply.
The next graphics card I want to talk about it Nvidia’s soon to be announced behemoth of a graphics card, the Geforce 9800GX2. This graphics card isn’t really using a new processor, but instead uses the 8800 GPU that has been shrunk to 65nm and SLI’d on a single PCIe slot (although the card does use up two slots). The card will have 1GB of memory, 256 stream processors.
Looks like Nvidia is going to hit another one out of the park with these graphics cards.