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NVIDIA is trying to push aging DX 10 products  - NVIDIA is trying to push aging DX 10 products
Mon, January 18 2010 | 10:45PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"This is definitely not a “Bridge Too Far” scenario for NVIDIA, and after taking my deep dive into the architecture I truly feel that they have implemented DirectX 11, compute, and tessellation the right way. Now the big question will be if they can produce adequate numbers of their initial GF100 product, and if they can include enough performance in the mainstream and budget categories to take marketshare and mindshare away from AMD. Being this far behind the curve in shipping DX11 products, especially in light of how popular Windows 7 is becoming, will be another hurdle for NVIDIA."
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