Market
Segment


H1 2005

H2 2005
High End GeForce Go 6800 / Ultra Series
NV41M  – 12 pipes
GeForce Go 7800?
G71M (PCI-E) – 16 pipes?
Mainstream GeForce Go 6600 Series
NV43M – 8 pipes
GeForce Go 7600?
G73M (PCI-E) – 12 pipes?
Value GeForce Go 6400/ 6200 Series
NV44M – 4 pipes
GeForce Go 7200?
G74M (PCI-E) – 8 pipes?

We have heard enough of G70 on the desktop front so now let’s shift
our focus a little to the mobile front. VR-Zone has gotten some interesting news
tidbits that the notebook makers are currently sampling the G70 Mobile GPUs.
NVIDIA MXM has won the hearts of many notebook manufacturers therefore
inevitably G7xM will be on MXM even the ATI’s mobile GPUs as well. Well at
least the MXM connector will be standardized but the layout and form factor
might differ slightly from each ODM.

Another good news is that the G7xM
will be pin to pin compatible with the current NV4xM to allow smooth transition.
Interestingly, Turbo Cache will be available across the board from entry to high
end and not just on the entry level GPU like GeForce Go 6200 series currently.
How does G7xM SLI sounds to you? Yes it is technically feasible. It will
probably require two MXM-III type for the high end and MXM-I or MXM-II type for the
mid range. The expected availability of the G7xM is towards end of the year or
rather when Napa platform is ready.


 Market
Segment


H1 2005

H2 2005
High End GeForce Go 6800 / Ultra Series
NV41M  – 12 pipes
GeForce Go 7800?
G71M (PCI-E) – 16 pipes?
Mainstream GeForce Go 6600 Series
NV43M – 8 pipes
GeForce Go 7600?
G73M (PCI-E) – 12 pipes?
Value GeForce Go 6400/ 6200 Series
NV44M – 4 pipes
GeForce Go 7200?
G74M (PCI-E) – 8 pipes?

We have heard enough of G70 on the desktop front so now let’s shift
our focus a little to the mobile front. VR-Zone has gotten some interesting news
tidbits that the notebook makers are currently sampling the G70 Mobile GPUs.
NVIDIA MXM has won the hearts of many notebook manufacturers therefore
inevitably G7xM will be on MXM even the ATI’s mobile GPUs as well. Well at
least the MXM connector will be standardized but the layout and form factor
might differ slightly from each ODM.

Another good news is that the G7xM
will be pin to pin compatible with the current NV4xM to allow smooth transition.
Interestingly, Turbo Cache will be available across the board from entry to high
end and not just on the entry level GPU like GeForce Go 6200 series currently.
How does G7xM SLI sounds to you? Yes it is technically feasible. It will
probably require two MXM-III type for the high end and MXM-I or MXM-II type for the
mid range. The expected availability of the G7xM is towards end of the year or
rather when Napa platform is ready.