With 64 and 128 GB versions already, the Corsair SSD Nova range has been extended with the arrival of 32 and 256 GB models. The 32 GB model gives sequential read speeds of 195 MB/s and writes of 75 MB/s, against 250 and 195 MB/s for the 256 GB version. Remember that the Nova range is built around the Indilinx Barefoot controller along with 34nm Micron flash memory.
According to the latest rumours NVIDIA is planning to launch the GeForce GTX 465 at Computex at the beginning of June in Taiwan.
Like the GTX 470 and 480 this solution is reported to be based on the GF100 chip, but cut down to no more than 352 active processing units while the memory bus is reported to be limited to 256 bits, with a video memory of "just" 1 GB.
The GTX 465 is said to give about 75% of what you get out of the GTX 470 and a little more than the GTX 285. Pricing is reported to be $249.