Our buddy Fudo over at The Inquirer reports that ATI and NVIDIA will be taking dramatically different approaches for their next-generation flagship GPU's. On one hand, we see ATI lobbying developers to focus more on the number of Pixel Operations instead of the number of Pixels per Clock. In contrast, NVIDIA is pushing for the exact opposite approach to be favored by games with their heavy emphasis on the number of Pixels per Clock. Regardless of which design approach is used, I think it is safe to say that we'll be seeing some insanely fast GPU's showing up the first part of the year.
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