GeForce Titanium

NVIDIA Extends Technology Lead With the Introduction of the GeForce Titanium Series and NVIDIA GeForce Titanium Series of GPUs Selected by Top PC and Add-In-Card OEMS are a couple of press releases with news about NVIDIA's latest and greatest video cards. Here's a bit from the first announcement:
The new GeForce Titanium series consists of three new products:

-- GeForce3 Ti 500 -- The GeForce3 Ti 500 is the world's fastest, feature rich GPU and the flagship product of NVIDIA's desktop graphics family. The GeForce3 Ti 500 offers unparalleled anti-aliasing performance, 3.8 billion anti-aliased samples per second, and introduces groundbreaking new 3D graphics features to the desktop PC.
-- GeForce3 Ti 200 -- The GeForce2 Ti is the first DirectX 8 GPU targeted at the performance mainstream market. By delivering 2.8 billion anti-aliased samples per second, the GeForce3 Ti 200 brings high-performance 3D graphics and state-of-the-art image quality to the performance-minded consumer.
-- GeForce2 Ti -- GeForce2 Ti redefines graphics performance for mainstream computers by delivering 1 billion pixels/sec. rendering power and delivering a groundbreaking 6.4GB/sec. of bandwidth for the mainstream consumer.
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ATi vs NVidia = AMD vs Intel ?
Oct 2, 2001, 05:14
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ATi vs NVidia = AMD vs Intel ? Oct 2, 2001, 05:14
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ATi is gonna have to pull some AMD style moves on nVidia if they want to stay in competition. Just look at the Radeon 7500: its the same price as the GF3Ti200, which stomps all over the R7500 (obviously this was nVidia's intention). The R8500 sounds, from early benchmarks, like it may well outperform the Ti500 (although we still haven't seen any WinXP benchmarks for any of nVidia's cards running on the DetXP drivers), and at a lower price, but nVidia has already saturated the graphics market from low-end to high end, and has become just like Intel to the average consumer, so it'll take some work, as well as price slashing, to keep ATi from becoming another 3DFX, especially with the PC market the way it is now.

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