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We managed to get a confirmation from three independent sources - nVidia's 2.4 billion transistor answers to RV870 and Larrabee is not just taped out, but A1 silicon is in Santa Clara.
As GT300 takes shape, we managed to learn one tidbit more: the die size of this 2.4 billion transistor monster. We are surprised, to say the least.
ATI claimed that 256-bit memory controller is justified with the GDDR5, doubling the bandwidth from GDDR3. But what happens if nVidia launches a 512-bit controller with GDDR5?
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