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The first graphics card, GeForce 310, from what you would assume is their next generation chips was released..
Unfortunately, the GeForce 310 is a renamed GeForce 210.. so why is nVidia doing this? The GeForce 210 was just released last month and now it's already renamed to the GeForce 310..?
Anyone with any knowledge isn't going to buy that low end of a card anyway, so are they trying to trick people buying Dell/HP/Gateway oem PC's into thinking the 310 is an up to date graphics card with DX11 like the rest of the 300 line is going to have? This is worse than the 8800GTS -> 9800GTX+ -> GTS250, at least no features changed in those "generations" so it's not like you were expecting a feature that wasn't there.
Or are they trying to make people think Fermi is closer than it is, as it still looks to be at least March before the real GTX300 series is released?
I understand the card is missing all the letters that make it good, specifically "G", "T", and sometimes "X". But still, slapping a 310 on there for no reason is misleading and a bit underhanded..