The Inquirer is kicking around some numbers on NVIDIA's NV30, which will be formally announced at next week's Comdex. Apparently, NV30 will be 30% faster than the Radeon 9700 Pro, even with anisotropic filtering and antialiasing turned all the way up. That's no small feat, especially with claims that NV30 will support 128 tap anisotropic filtering and 8X antialiasing.
There are precious few days left for NV30 speculation. Get it all out of your system while you still can.
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