NVIDIA has gotten a lot of mileage out of their G92 GPU architecture. Starting with the GeForce 8800 GT, which featured a 65nm variant of the G92 GPU, on up through the GeForce 9800 GTX+, which used an updated version manufactured on a more advanced 55nm process. The G92 GPU has been featured on no less than seven different GeForce branded desktop graphics cards, not to mention the slew of mobile GeForces based on the G92 that are also in production.
Although it has been around for quite some time now, NVIDIA is launching yet another graphics card based on the G92 today, the GeForce GTS 250. The GeForce GTS 250's name suggests it is something new, but it is not entirely different from some previous GeForce 9800 series graphics cards. Instead, what NVIDIA is doing today is using the GeForce GTS 250 launch to align more of their product stack with the new nomenclature introduced with the GeForce GTX series, and to introduce a value-priced G92-based graphics card with a 1GB frame buffer. Click the link below and take a look...
NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 Mainstream GPU
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