Gamespot heeft een artikeltje over de nVidia NV10 op de site geplant. Afgaande van de specs zou dit nog wel eens een erg wrede kaart kunnen worden:
The NV10 should be no slouch in the fill-rate department, either. nVidia conservatively estimates that NV10 will deliver about twice the fill rate of current generation 3D chips. So what can you do with that much horsepower? How about running your games smoothly at a resolution of 1600x1200x32 with all the rendering goodies turned on? Sound appealing? Yeah, we thought so too.
[...] NV10 will support the AGP 4X standard, effectively doubling the rate at which it can get data from system memory to a speed of 1.1GB/sec. A 350MHz RAMDAC will make for higher refresh rates at high resolutions, and nVidia plans to offer the NV10 in two RAM loadouts, 32 and 64MB. NV10 will support SDRAM and SGRAM, and nVidia is considering support for Double Data Rate (DDR) SGRAM if it becomes widely available. [break]Tussendoor ook nog een stukje over de S3/Diamond deal en hoe nVidia daar over denkt:[/break]
Given the recent S3/Diamond merger, and that nVidia has made public its intent to no longer sell chips to Diamond, we're likely to see NV10-based boards from Creative Labs, Hercules, Guillemot, and several Taiwanese board makers the same companies that are making TNT2-based boards. TNT2 is also currently a darling among system makers including Falcon Northwest, Dell, Gateway, and Micron, and those companies are going to be giving NV10 a serious look for their fall and holiday season offerings.