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Friday, 08 June 2007 13:46

Two partners to make 8400 / 8300

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07: 8400 and 8300 for retail


We learned that there will be two Nvidia partners to introduce G83 cards in the next two to three weeks.

These cards are were suppose to be for OEM´s only but Nvidia made exceptions for Zotac and one other unnamed partner.

The cards should support DirectX 10 and will cost below $70 but this actually depends on the configuration. This card is meant to fight RV610, that is about to come soon.

 
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