- Jan 7, 2004
That doesn't really make sense IMO. I see that they would launch Barts to take over the $200 segment, but Cayman (even in limited quantities) would literally stop anyone from buying a higher end Fermi if the performance is as you say. It just doesn't click with me that they would let NVIDIA keep the single card/gpu crown if they didn't have to. They have to know there are quite a few people who will probably never buy a multi-gpu setup.Edit: Barts and Cayman. They can release either first, but its Bart to target the $200 segment. Whichever goes first needs time to ship and bring up stock, so the other is delayed a month.