nvidia/ATI roadmaps for remainder of 04?

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  1. Johnny Rotten

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    Can anyone point me to any leaked/hinted roadmaps for ATI/nvidias roadmaps for the remainder of this year? I know both companies have seemingly been interested in slowing down the technological pace somewhat, so I'm curious if we're going to see refresh products this year or not (ie october/november timeframe, which would be somewhat odd given that its going to likely be mid august at the earliest before we even start seeing saturation of high end ATI/nvidia parts ).

    Any hints as to what we might be seeing? (15-20% higher clocked parts on a .11u process?)
     
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    guess not huh? :( :p
     
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    The ram is going to limit things alot. The 1.6ns ram is already in tight supply
     
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    Actually some ASUS and Albatron 6800s now shipping with 2.0ns RAM.
     
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    110nm process won't clock higher than the 130nm low-k process, infact it will clock lower. They might gain 10-15%(maybe even more) by tweaks on the 130nm process.
     
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