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Wednesday, 18 April 2007 20:47

8500 GT here with Club3D and MSI

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Point of view in Vienna


If you want a Geforce with DirectX 10 support for less than €100 you have to go for the Geforce 8500 GT. This card is clocked at 450 MHz core and the memory works at 800 MHz. It has sixteen unified Shaders and pixel pipelines clocked at 900 MHz. the card has four ROPs and 128 bit memory interface.

Club 3D offers 256MB DDR2, DVI, TV-out, PCIe (CGNX-G856) for €86 and we are talking about the cards in stock, but you have to spend some money for the shipping cost. The Club 3D card is listed here.

The MSI card has the same specifications. It is called MSI NX8500GT-TD256E has GeForce 8500 GT, 256MB DDR2, DVI, TV-out. It will cost you €89 + shipping. The MSI 8500 GT card is listed here.

In Austria Point of view has it in the local store for €94.90 and you can check it here.

 

 

 

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