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Old 08-29-02, 08:43 AM   #1
Stavros
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Post NV30 Design Change???

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As for the companyís NV30 chip, industry sources revealed that the postponed launch is due to a design change, not a yield rate problem in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Companyís (TSMC) 0.13-micron process as market rumors suggested. Hoping to enhance the productís overall performance to compete with ATIís top-end Radeon 9700 PRO, the sources suggested that Nvidia may alter its original six-pipeline architecture to an eight-pipeline one.
Only six pipes??

quote taken from Digitimes dot com
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