NVIDIA is going to launch their flagship GPU, GeForce Go 7800 GTX for notebooks within the next few days. We heard that it is essentially a desktop part so all these while, NVIDIA is trying hard to shave watts out of it probably by lowering the core clock and fine-tuning the PowerMizer 6.0 technology. Nevertheless, it will be clocked at 400MHz core and 550MHz memory at launch. NVIDIA is not providing too much info for their mid-range and low-end desktop G7x parts yet even though R5xx series are nearing launch but we knew they will be 90nm based. Interestingly, we heard that the 90nm based G71 will be arriving in a couple of months.

NVIDIA is going to launch their flagship GPU, GeForce Go 7800 GTX for notebooks within the next few days. We heard that it is essentially a desktop part so all these while, NVIDIA is trying hard to shave watts out of it probably by lowering the core clock and fine-tuning the PowerMizer 6.0 technology. Nevertheless, it will be clocked at 400MHz core and 550MHz memory at launch. NVIDIA is not providing too much info for their mid-range and low-end desktop G7x parts yet even though R5xx series are nearing launch but we knew they will be 90nm based. Interestingly, we heard that the 90nm based G71 will be arriving in a couple of months.