For the past 2 generations of NVIDIA cards we have done manufacturer comparisons. For both the GeForce 256 as well as the GeForce 2 GTS. Today we bring you coverage of the next graphics chipset lineup from NVIDIA, the GeForce 3.
The GeForce 3 will most likely boast the same performance with current games as the GeForce 2, but it is the technology behind it that will make upcoming games be awesome. It may take a while, but the upcoming games will make full use of DirectX 8 as well as the new technologies that are featured in the GeForce 3. Interested in finding out more about these new technologies, and what really makes the GeForce 3 what it is? Here's a list of a few articles that were posted and explain the new card:
So if you aren't a regular reader of our infamous manufacturer comparisons, then let me explain how this article works. When NVIDIA announces a new chip, there is usually a ton of hype behind it. We all want to know what the new features will be, how fast it is, what the specs are, and who's making them.
So let's start off with the most important company, why NVIDIA of course. Here's the specs from NVIDIA themselves, as well as the official press release which was announced from the IDF (Intel Developers Forum) conference in San Jose
NVIDIA's stock GeForce3 card.
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