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NVIDIA Pascal tipped to make official debut at Computex 2016


According to a report published by SweClockers, NVIDIA could introduce its next-gen Pascal architecture based cards at Computex 2016.

However, the report does warn that actual products may be delayed in case any issue turns up with the TSMC 16nm FinFET process. Currently NVIDIA is said to be looking at releasing its GeForce 1000(M) mobile graphics cards by the middle of June. Chief rival AMD on the other hand is rumored to launch its Radeon M400 series lineup for notebooks sometime in April this year.

At the Computex event, NVIDIA is could also unveil the successors to GM204, GP104, and perhaps the GP106 as well. Products based on Big Pascal (GP100) are expected to be announced at a later date.

Computex 2016 is scheduled to be held between May 31 and June 4 this year in Taipei, Taiwan.

Via: Videocardz


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