NVIDIA Announces Kepler Graphcis Coming in 2011

Posted by at 2:22 pm on September 21, 2010

NVIDIA today at its technology conference provided a tiny glimpse at its future graphics architecture, Kepler. The design will replace the Fermi core of today’s GeForce 400 series and should calculate about five gigaflops of per watt, or more than three times the 1.5 gigaflops of Fermi hardware. Both the redesign as well as a shrink in the assembly process from 40 nanometers to 28 nanometer should reduce the need for extra cooling.     This could lead  to much more powerful and closer to desktop performance video cards for notebooks.

The first Kepler hardware isn’t due to ship until 2011 but will already be in production by the end of 2010.

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