Re: nVidia's 28nm Kepler expected to hit stores in late 2011?
28nm won't be ready for anything in any sort of half decent numbers until Jan. NV's chips have more transistors so will take longer to get a decent stock of non-defective, high enough clocking chips (like with Fermi). AMD will have the same problems but with smaller die's (assumed, this could change) they will get more good chips per wafer and each chip will be more likely to pass validation. So whenever AMD launch, I predict NV will be at least 1 month behind.
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