It is doubtful whether these are the models that interested consumers, but between the Radeon R9 390X and the Radeon Fury X, AMD also launched last week the Radeon R7 360 and Radeon R7 370 Middle-low market, As a slightly updated replacement for its old 200 series.
These models are fighting Head to Head GeForce GTX 750 and GeForce GTX 750 Ti, when competition between them is very tight. However, according to new information,NVIDIA There is a plan to update its proposals, in a way that can be a knockout for the new models of AMD.
On videocardz site Claim That the Santa Clara chip developer has prepared an old-new graphics core that will respond to GM206-250, and will actually be a truncated version of the GM206 (or GM206-300) in its full name We have seen B-GeForce GTX 960. From this, it seems very reasonable to believe that the new core will be the basis for upgrading the models just below the GTX 960 in the food chain - theGeForce GTX 950 Ti, theGeForce GTX 950, or perhaps both.
We do not yet have information on the number of processing units that will include a new GM206-250 core, but it appears that there is nothing to prevent it from including 6 SMM units with 768 Processors Unified in total (compared to 8 SMM units in the GM206-300 and 5 SMM units in the GM107 core of the GTX 750 Ti), and possibly 5 SMM units in the additional and weaker version (to differentiate between the Ti model and the simpler model), When even in such a situation it should mean an increase in performance of about 20 percent compared to the models of the generation generationGeForce 700.
In this situation, NVIDIA will be able to show clear priority over AMD's parallel models and scoop some more pieces of the overall market share. However, NVIDIA should not take advantage of the potential technological advantage to demand a more expensive price tag for the GTX 950 or GTX 950 Ti models, which could allow AMD to continue to exist without too many problems as a low-cost and affordable alternative - Similar to the approach it took for its Radeon R9 290 and its Radeon R9 290X after launching the Maxwell 2.0 generation cards The first.
We will continue to follow this interesting new core, but in any case we can cautiously assess that this will be our latest launch in the world of graphic processing in the near future, at least until the arrival of the next generation,Pascal This is sometime during the next year. Let us hope that this dessert for the successful generation will be sweet, and will also leave us with a taste of more to continue.