If there's any truth to the stories we've seen over the summer, Nvidia has a myriad of mainstream and low-end Fermi derivatives in the pipeline. Fudzilla brings word of the latest rumored addition to the Fermi family: the GeForce GT 430, which will reportedly debut "officially in a few weeks."
The GT 430 is rumored to have a 700MHz core clock speed, a 900MHz memory clock, a 128-bit memory interface, and a 29x29-mm GPU package. Fudzilla says it's still trying to determine whether the card will be a retail product or an "OEM only" offering limited to pre-built PCs.
If you were hoping for more juicy details, that's it, unfortunately. This card does sound like the cheapest Fermi derivative yet, though. Earlier leaks revealed details about GeForce GTS 450, 440, and 445 cards powered by a GF106 graphics processor. Chinese rumor mongers expect the GTS 450 to arrive in mid-September.
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