The graphics industry certainly works in mysterious ways. Sometimes we see products released as a respin, a product that is altered, a little customized but in essence the same product as before. NVIDIA is a star when it comes to this.
Last year they introduced the GeForce 9800 GTX+, an update from the standard 9800 GTX, yet now based on 55nm technology and slightly faster. It was NVIDIA's answer to ATIs Radeon 4850.
This week we are landing in March, it's CeBIT (exhibition) time and as such traditionally NVIDIA always releases new products. This year they have GeForce 3D Vision and their ION platform in the lineup, next to that .. a 'new' graphics card.
Well, redesigned yes, not exactly new though. NVIDIA is respinning the GeForce 9800 GTX+, this card is now rebranded as GeForce GTS 250. You can read the rest of the article over here.