NVIDIA to launch GPGPU brand?

Monday 02nd April 2007, 11:11:00 PM, written by Tim

The Street is reporting that NVIDIA will launch a brand, similar to its GeForce and Quadro brands of cards, specifically for GPGPU apps. This follows AMD's launch of its Stream Computing line, based on its R580 chipset. NVIDIA's line is expected to use CUDA and the G80 chipset, with no indication of whether lower-end cards will be available. There's been no indication of what the line will be called, although it should be launched in June.


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