We should see a number of reviews of NVIDIA's GeForce FX online today. We'll post links when they come in, and feel free to beat us to it in the comments. The early reviews we've seen so far paint a fairly clear picture, and it seems I was right about the FX's likely matchup versus ATI's Radeon 9700 Pro.
Unfortunately, we don't have a GeForce FX review for you today. NVIDIA likes to keep tight control on media outlets whenever possible, and in this case, they can do so simply by failing to supply us with hardware, since the product isn't widely available. That's a shame, because I believe we have some of the best graphics coverage anywhere. You can read our in-depth review of the Radeon 9700 Pro to see how we test, and you can get our early take on the Radeon 9700 Pro-NV30 matchup to get some context for today's reviews. We will have a full and proper GeForce FX review as soon as possible.
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