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Tuesday, 15 May 2007 10:48

Leadtek releases DirectX 10 card

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Mid-range Winfast PX8500 on the shelves


Leadtek has released a mid-range graphics card which can handle DirectX 10 with full Shader Model 4.0 support.

The WinFast PX8500 GT TDH has 512MB DDR2 memory and, according to a press release, is supposed to be noiseless too.

The 80nm card is based around Nvidia GeForce 8500 GT graphics processing units. It has a higher video memory of 512MB 128bit DDR2 and GPU clock of 490 MHz.

According to the company it scores 10 percent higher than any other brand in displaying superb picture quality and ultra-smooth images in user movies and games. The card is build for Vista.

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