What's Old Is New Again With Latest Nvidia Graphics Cards

Not the first time Nvidia's slapped bigger numbers on older cards, PC Perspective reports that a bunch of the 300 series cards are reincarnated versions of previous cards.

The GeForce 310 is the same as the GeForce 210, using the GT218 core; the GeForce 315 uses the same GT216 core as the GT 220; and the GT 340 is basically a GT 240. And then there's the GT 320 and GT 330, which use the G92b core, which has roots going back to the GeForce 8800 GT (a card that debuted in 2007).

Man, those new Fermi-powered chips can't come fast enough. [PC Perspective]

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