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    Default G92 is now a high-end chip, says Inquirer

    Recently there have been a lot of stories floating about saying that Nvidia's upcoming G92 is a mid-range chip (including ours). Today, The Inquirer think otherwise and beleive that the "rumour is nothing else but a bit of good old FUD."

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    G92 / G98 isn't needed. Nvidia already rule the graphics market. They should let the 8800 GTS stay in for longer.

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    ohhh no, I fully support this move, as it will lower 8800 prices (hopefully).

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