Certainly I wouldn't expect new products based on these chips to be available at least for the next 3-4 months. ATI's current line consisting of Radeon 9800 Pro and 9600 boards are just becoming available to the public and in terms of performance and features they seem to be doing quite well (even if they're losing by a few points) against NVIDIA new chips.
Of course, now it would all depend on NVIDIA and the kind of pressure they are able to put on its competitor, if they manage to put out very optimized Detonators they could widen the performance margin in both, high-end and value targeted products.
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