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Friday, 08 June 2007 17:06

Manli has 8400 / 8300 parts

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Computex 07: Low profile card pictured

 

We found out another Nvidia 8400 / 8300 partner is by pure chance, as we walked passed their booth earlier today and saw their 8400GS on display, something none of the other Nvidia partners were showing.

The card itself is a half height card with a small heatsink and a fan that cools the GPU. It has DVI, TV-out and a D-sub connector.

The GPU is clocked at 495MHz with the 64-bit DDR2 memory at 800MHz, hardly breath taking numbers.

It's a cheap card, but it's also very basic, but if you're not much of a gamer or not interested in playing recent titles, then this might be a card for you.

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