The Inquirer reports that sources are indicating NVIDIA's next generation G80 GPU which was slated for a late September or early October release will now be pushed back to a November launch. Apparently, the company opted for a minor re-spin of the silicon at the fab which has resulted in the slight delay to market for the new GPU. Little is known at this time about G80, though sources seem to agree that both G80 and R600 will require an external power supply. Perhaps the re-spin of the GPU is related to this extreme power requirement though we won't know for certain until NVIDIA shares more details.
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