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Tuesday, 19 June 2007 10:46

Geforce 8400GS launches today

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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At €59 or cheaper


Nvidia is about to launch 8400 GS cards today and at Core 2 Duo machine it will score about 1600 in 3Dmark. The price is a real winner and it will end up close to €59 if not even cheaper for the launch.

Nvidia wants to put even more pressure at Radeon HD 2400 PRO launch and 8400GS will end up faster at least in the few tests that we’ve seen before.

This launch will bring Nvidia’s DirectX 10 generation at below €60, but don’t worry there are still no DirectX 10 titles. In case you haven’t noticed Nvidia likes to launch its products on Tuesdays and it will launch this one when California wakes up in some 7 hours.

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