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Tuesday, 14 August 2007 11:46

Gainward to release 8600GT with 1024MB

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Updated Available next week

Gainward is about to announce the first Geforce 8600GT card with 1024 MB memory. This card will be available as of next week.

The core will work at 500 MHz while the memory will run at 1000 MHz which is not the fastest we've seen but don’t forget that we are talking about twice as much memory than anyone else uses for 8600 GT.

The card should cost about €250 and it will be available from next week. Gainward is sure putting some pressure for back to school and we can bet that the card will sell good.

* Update: Gainward contacted us and said that the GPU will actually work at 600 MHz.

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