At CES 2010, which starts January 7 in Las Vegas, Nvidia has finally officially unveiled the long awaited GF100 graphics processor.
Although so far, the graphics processor in the new Fermi architecture has appeared in the network several times, these were unofficial announcements or fake premieres. At the CES 2010, Nvidia will officially announce the GF100 GPU, the first powerful GPU built with 40nm technology, supporting DirectX 11 and Fermi architecture.
The graphics card that the Californian producer will show in Las Vegas should not be different from the sample seen in the photo next, and it will also feature 512 CUDA stream processors, a 384-bit memory bus, and SLI support. Let’s hope that during the Nvidia presentation will reveal more technical details and perhaps present the first performance test of the new card.