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Monday, 27 August 2007 09:54

Mobile Geforce 8800 to launch soon

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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High performance notebook graphics

 

We’ve heard that Dell is going to be one of the first to launch the highly anticipated Geforce 8800 GO card and that Dell XPS will be the first notebook to have it.

This will be a 17 inch notebook and its highly likely that it will have the new Extreme edition CPU from Intel but of course it will be available with another CPUs as well.

Nvidia will finally offer something faster than 8600 mobile series and we believe that a piece of mobile market really wants something like that.

Don’t ask about thermals, but we believe this can be solved.

 

 

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