Originally Posted by Bit Tech
Nvidia hasnâ€™t even launched its D10U product yet and weâ€™re already starting to hear whispers about the companyâ€™s next-next-next generation graphics products.
Several memory manufacturers have confirmed that the first Nvidia GPU to feature support for GDDR5 memory will be the D12U part, which is said to be currently scheduled for a late 2009 launch.
Obviously, D12U probably hasnâ€™t even left the drawing board yet, but itâ€™s clear that Nvidia is already in discussions with memory manufacturers about the supply of high-speed GDDR5 memory. We already know that ATIâ€™s next-generation graphics cards support GDDR5, and weâ€™re likely to see the new memory technology used on the RV770XT-based products.