FARPOINT® Travel Pack 55.Drivers | Osprey Video
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ATI and NVIDIA accelerate 65nm and 80nm GPU production
According to data released by DigiTimes, the main players in the graphics accelerator market, ATI and NVIDIA have placed significant orders for the production of GPUs in 65nm and 80nm technology standards from their largest contract manufacturer, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).
The volume of chips produced according to the named technical processes should double during the second quarter.
What is it about? Of course, about the GPUs that most PC owners are looking for when they want to equip their computers with affordable DirectX 10 graphics cards.
NVIDIA, according to a source, in April will release video cards based on the G84 and G86, respectively, aimed at the lower and middle price ranges. Their truly large-scale production should start in June this year.
ATI, on the other hand, starting from February-March, will receive R600 GPUs from TSMC, manufactured according to 80nm standards, and production of the more affordable 65nm RV610 and RV630 is expected to begin in June-July 2021.