We've heard a fair number of rumors about Nvidia's upcoming G92 graphics processor lately, and the latest of those comes from the guys over at VR-Zone. They claim the card that will play host to the G92 will be branded GeForce 8700 GTS, and they've gotten their hands on some specifications, too. Reportedly, the GeForce 8700 GTS will feature an eight-layer PCB, 512MB of GDDR3 memory, a 256-bit memory bus, and a memory clock speed of 900MHz to 1GHz—that's an effective 1.8GHz to 2GHz.
Other reports have said the GeForce 8700 GTS will come out on November 12. The card should support PCI Express 2.0 connectivity along with HDMI and DisplayPort display outputs. The G92 graphics processor itself will be based on 65nm process technology, and it'll include a new iteration of Nvidia's PureVideo video processing engine.
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