We first told you that

G92 is 65nm based with 256-bit memory interface
back in June and seems that
HKEPC agrees with us now. Lots of
confusion on the discussion forums that G92 has 512-bit memory interface and is
the highest end GPU from NVIDIA which, in fact is not. HKEPC revealed that G92
will be launched on November 12th and will replace the current GeForce 8800 GTS
series. It is meant to compete against the RV670 while the low end G98 will
compete against the RV620. However, launch date for G98 has not firmed up yet.
G92 supports PCI Express 2.0, 50GT/s texture fill rate, Pure Video Gen 3, HDMI
and uses display port. G92 will still be named under GeForce 8 family.

We first told you that

G92 is 65nm based with 256-bit memory interface
back in June and seems that
HKEPC agrees with us now. Lots of
confusion on the discussion forums that G92 has 512-bit memory interface and is
the highest end GPU from NVIDIA which, in fact is not. HKEPC revealed that G92
will be launched on November 12th and will replace the current GeForce 8800 GTS
series. It is meant to compete against the RV670 while the low end G98 will
compete against the RV620. However, launch date for G98 has not firmed up yet.
G92 supports PCI Express 2.0, 50GT/s texture fill rate, Pure Video Gen 3, HDMI
and uses display port. G92 will still be named under GeForce 8 family.