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NVIDIA Unleashes 6800 Mobile GPU

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"NVIDIA has introduced the GeForce Go 6800 Ultra mobile GPU. Available immediately, the GeForce Go 6800 Ultra mobile GPU features unprecedented notebook gaming performance."

"'The GeForce Go 6800 Ultra mobile GPU was designed specifically for hard core enthusiasts,' said Rob Csongor, general manager of mobile business at NVIDIA. 'The GeForce Go 6 mobile GPU series is our most scalable mobile architecture to date, enabling NVIDIA to penetrate every mobile market segment from thin-and-light notebooks to desktop replacements. The ultimate execution of that architecture is the GeForce Go 6800 Ultra mobile GPU the perfect solution for any mobile user.'"

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In a related story, nvidia is working on their next generation chip for the desktop. Dubbed the G70, it "won't be based on any existing NV40 marchitecture and it won't be anything like NV47.5, we mean not just an upgrade to existing architecture."

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