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  • When you're sitting on top of the market with the fastest product around, there is often the urge to slacken your efforts and take a breather. NVIDIA is at the top of the market with their GeForce2 GTS and we frankly wouldn't blame them if they did just that, take a breather. But NVIDIA doesn't play that way. NVIDIA's goal is to push every pixel on the planet and they know that, if they slow their efforts, there are plenty of hungry sharks (present company excepted) in their water that will steal the market away and leave NVIDIA sleeping with the fishes.

    And so NVIDIA has released a new product, a video card that pushes the GeForce2 architecture to the max. The card is called the GeForce2 Ultra, it's the fastest consumer video card on the planet and we have a preview of it right here, complete with benchmarks and details.





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