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Friday, 22 June 2007 09:49

Albatron announced 8400GS

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Entry level DirectX 10


Albatron has announced 8400GS, entry level market DirectX 10 card, with support for Shader Model 4.0 Video Games, HD-DVD and Blue-Ray video playback.

The card is based on Nvidia 8400 GS GPU that works at 450MHz. It is equipped with 256MB of DDRII memory at 400MHz with a 64 bit memory interface. As all current 8400GS cards this one also comes with Dual-Link DVI, TV-Out and D-Sub connectors.

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As of other features "card also supports High Dynamic Range Lighting and contains the Lumenex Engine for DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0 support. Intellisample 4.0 and Ultrashadow II is also contained and HDCP." As you can see the card is a low profile and will fit in many media PC cases.


 

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