Nvidia is all set to demonstrate its Fermi based desktop chip, GF100, at CES 2010 on January 7th. While there is no doubt it has been a long time coming, we can finally look forward to see a real GF100 card in a PC.

The extent of the demonstration is not clear, though it is suggested the real details will only be revealed at Nvidia’s Editor’s Day in Las Vegas following CES.

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Nvidia is all set to demonstrate its Fermi based desktop chip, GF100,
at CES 2010 on January 7th. While there is no doubt it has been a long
time coming, we can finally look forward to see a real GF100 card in a
PC.

The extent of the demonstration is not clear, though it is
suggested the real details will only be revealed at Nvidia’s Editor’s
Day in Las Vegas following CES.

A date for wide availability is still obscure, though Nvidia insist it will hit stores sometime in Q1 2010. However, considering the way GF100 has been delayed, we would not bet against a Q2 2010 release.

It will certainly be interesting to see what GF100 is capable of, whether at CES 2010 or Editor’s Day.

Reference: Fudzilla, Donanimhaber