Red and neck nvidia

Nvidia apparently has a solution to the problems faced by many in their notebooks powered by GeForce 8M series, that is, to encourage the OEM/ODMs to buy their new problem free chips. Of course, this doesn't solve the issues faced by current users and there won't be any replacement for them.

Nvidia has come out with a new GPU called NB8E-SET which is essentially NB8E-SE with the new underfill. NB8E-SE is used on many notebooks most commonly advertised as GeForce 8700M GT, GeForce 8800M GS or GeForce 9650M GS. NB8E-SET (G84-751) uses the new Hitachi underfill and is clocked at 625MHz core and 128-bit 800MHz GDDR2/3 memories similar to the current NB8E-SE.

Here's a note from Nvidia to their partners :

NVIDIA is committed to providing our customers with quality products that push the edge of technology and also continuously improve product quality and reliability. To help improve the product quality and ensure smooth and uninterrupted product supply during the current “end stage” of life cycle, NVIDIA strongly recommends that customers transition to this latest revision of the NB8E-SET GPUs as soon as possible. These latest revision units utilize “Hitachi” underfill packaging material that improves product quality and enhances operating life by improved thermal cycling reliability.

well they came up with a good solution, and that is to give them more cash, red and neck comes to mind
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  1. SPAM!!!!!!!!!!
  2. im sorry that you think this is spam, but i would say, your definition of spam and my definition of spam are completely different
    have a happy new year
  3. I don't see any spam...what happened ranger aren't you in the red camp anymore ? Sounds like you promoting nvidia
  4. no, always ATI, i will support them till, they start to take the piss with there prices
    but lets face it, they have a long way to go till they can confidently charge the same release prices that nvidia charge, and that's the day ill jump ship.

    i go with best price/performance
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