Gamespot heeft een artikeltje neer geprikt over de DDR SDRAM GeForce kaarten (die vergeleken met de normale SDRAM versies een verdubbelde memory bandwidth hebben). Moraal van dit verhaal:
Now here's the catch. Actually there are two catches. Don't expect GeForce 256 cards with DDR RAM to become available at your local retailer anytime before November, or even December. And when they do ship, these cards are going to be hot property and thus their availability will be severely limited. Now here's the kicker - DDR RAM doesn't come cheap, and the vendors that'll be supplying DDR boards are paying through the nose for this stuff. How expensive will they be? Well, Creative announced its DDR board, called the 3D Blaster Annihilator Pro, for US$349... and that's without a software bundle of any kind. Guillemot also announced the 3D Prophet DDR this morning for a whopping $389. To Guillemot's credit, however, its video cards have historically shipped with an above-average game bundle and have been clocked faster than Nvidia's reference specification.