amd nvidia More next gen GPU codenames revealed

There have been no shortage of code name / branding leaks for next-gen GPUs in the last few weeks. To add to the list, not surprisingly, GK104 is in the works. This chip will form the basis for N14E mobile Quadro GPUs. On the AMD side, the already reported Tahiti desktop GPU will also arrive in Woody and Buzz workstation variants. 

There have been no shortage of code name / branding leaks for next-gen GPUs in the last few weeks. To add to the list, not surprisingly, GK104 is in the works. This chip will form the basis for N14E mobile Quadro GPUs. On the AMD side, the already reported Tahiti desktop GPU will also arrive in Woody and Buzz workstation variants. 

As a recap, leaked drivers have already mentioned GeForce 600 and AMD Radeon HD 7000 families. We know a bunch of AMD codenames, ranging from islands (desktop GPUs), locales in London (mobile GPUs) and Chinese monuments. We are also aware of GK107, which is already sampling, and will feature in N13P-LP, N13P-GS, N13P-GT and N13E-GE GeForce mobile SKUs and N14P-Q1 and N14P-Q3 mobile Quadros. 
 
GK104 is expected to be the successor to GF114, serving as performance GPUs on desktops and flagship GPUs on mobile SKUs. On the mobile side, GK104 could power the successors to GTX 570M/580M, most likely codenamed under the N13E series. On the mobile workstation front, GK104 will feature in N14E-Q1, N14E-Q3 and N14E-Q5 mobile Quadro SKUs. These Quadro GPUs will play one segment higher than the GK107 based N14P Quadro. 
 
On the AMD front, there's no scarcity of codenames, with the most often mentioned being Tahiti. Tahiti will release on the desktop as Tahiti XT and Tahiti Pro, and also as Tahiti Woody and Tahiti Buzz on workstations under the AMD FirePro brand. 
 
While leaked code names and brandings have provided much fodder for the rumour mill in the last few weeks, little is known about the GPUs themselves.