Fanny's pillow talk reveals next gen NVIDIA product detailsThe 2006 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE), like part of CES, is also running at The Sands Expo Centre in Las Vegas, and the actresses in attendance sure seem to know how to wet a Willy; which is why I've insisted little Willy continues trying to extend his inquiries in the IT halls, and leave me to my own devices and get the low down with some sweet girl-on-girl chat action.
From between the strip, I've managed to pluck a few juicy green HEXUS.beans from these femme fatale's, who it seems know how to use their well developed charms to stay on top of the comings from Silicon Valley.
Reading on, I'm sure you'll agree that industry deep-throats seem to love to dribble the beans to these gals, and having done so, the girls love to share with Fanny.
One young gal confirmed to me that, as of the time of writing, key NVIDIA customers believe that NVIDIA's next generation, and first 90nm part, codenamed G71 is to be launched as GeForce 7900.
It would seem that a few key NVIDIA partners have already been sampled with GeForce 7900, and they're currently working towards a hard launch planned for CeBIT 2006 in Hannover, Germany (9th through to 15th March), and if so, our money's would be on watching for announcements from NVIDIA, ASUSTeK, eVGA, XFX and possibly MSI, between the 9th and 11th March.
Unlike the launch of its GeForce 7800 GTX, the current plan seems that NVIDIA will launch both the faster GTX and GT variants at the same time.
The flagship single-card product GeForce 7900 GTX is claimed to be a 32 pixel processor part with a core GPU frequency of 700/750 MHz, and should ship with 1.1ns graphics RAM clocked at 800/900MHz.
Pr0n starlets aren't normally noted for their mathematical prowess, so I was surprised to hear gentile chatter in the powder room to the effect that "with some simple math, the new part (GeForce 7900) would only have to run at circa 430MHz to roughly match the performance of the existing top line GeForce 7800 GTX 512". So even with NVIDIA's target core frequency of 700MHz, GeForce 7900 GTX seems set to be handing out some whipping.
The validity of this idle gossip was later confirmed after I pumped a humble partner for a little a bit of meat to go with my beans - the money-shot is that a 700MHz NVIDIA GeForce 7900 is currently coming in at circa 13,000 3DM2K5's on an AMD Athlon 64 FX 60 system.
I'm off to freshen up a little now, but tune back in for some spicy red HEXUS.beans in a very short while...
... in fact so spicy that you'll be left with some shocking red Marks