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    Question G200 core

    A friend of mine needs to know: were all G200 chips based on the .35mu manufacturing process, or did MAtrox produce .25mu chips at some point?

    And if so, is there any way to tell the difference between the two (model numbers, utilities, ect?)

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    Yes Matrox manufactured .25u G200. How to spot them? They didnīt have a heatsink!!

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    Aren't all G250's .25u as well?

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    Cool

    All G250's were made on a 250nm process.

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    G250 cards are based on 0.25um G200 chips.

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