Today nVidia launches two new graphics chips and 3 new cards for each, making it six new products. While the GeForce4 Ti series of cards will be using the new high-end chip with the code name ‘NV25’, the GeForce4 MX value series (the chip used in the new PowerMacs) will be based on nVidia’s new low-cost (and comperatively much slower) solution ‘NV17’. Get the rest of the scoop & benchmarks at Tom’s Hardware. On Monday both ATi and nVidia launched new versions of the ATi Radeon 8500 and the GeForce3 Ti-200 respectively, with 128 MB of RAM. Benchmarks showed that more RAM did not bring more speed and that such a purchase is not justifiable until the new games have such requirements. Update: Anandtech has some interesting benchmarks.