Nvidia sees revenue up, NV35 next week

By on May 9, 2003, 1:02 PM
NVIDIA officials have reported that the company expects revenue to rise 12 percent to 18 percent in the second quarter of this year, also that they will be launching a new chip (NV35) next week as they hope to gain the performance crown back again.

Speaking of which, it's official, the NV30 was a failure:
[COLOR=royalblue]"Chief Executive Jen-Hsun Huang said the company will launch its new graphics chip, code-named "NV35," next week. It will replace the company's prior top-end product, code-named NV30, which Huang said was unsuccessful."[/COLOR]

Last but not least, two french sites have posted a couple pics and a features list of the "GeForce FX5900", some benchmarks were also shown earlier but then pulled on NVIDIA's request, they showed some advantage of NV35 over ATI's 9800 Pro, or so I heard.




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running said:
Im not sure if Id say that the advantage was considerable, but since E3 is just around the corner well have the answer soon enough. At least now the NV35 is dustbuster-free ;).
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