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Wednesday, 15 August 2007 10:06

Gecube silently releases 2400 PRO AGP

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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DX10 AGP for €65


We were surprised to learn that Gecube has already managed to ship the 2400 PRO cards in AGP flavour. Gecube ships Radeon HD 2400 PRO AGP cards with 256 MB GDDR3 memory. The card uses AGP 8X and comes with DVI and TV out.

It is clocked at 525 MHz core and 780 MHz memory with 64 bit memory interface. The retail box costs € 64,90 and it is available in press time.

Some other companies in Germany and Austria have the 512 MB version of the card that cost €74 without shipping and €83.24 with shipping.

So this is a historical day as the DirectX 10 for AGP is finally available.

You can buy the 256 MB card here and 512 MB here.

Last modified on Wednesday, 15 August 2007 10:39
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