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Two more GTX 200s first, though

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Nvidia may be gearing up to launch a pair of GeForce GTX 200-series graphics cards next month - a prelude the GTX 300 series' debut later in Q1.

So claim graphics card manufacturer moles cited by DigiTimes, who say January's introductions will be the GTX 285 and GTX 295 - the latter combining two GPUs on the one board.

Details speeds and feeds were not leaked, but the insiders said the GTX 300s will run with clock speeds 10-15 per cent higher than equivalent GTX 200 parts - yet consume 10-15 per cent less power.

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