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Thursday, 13 September 2007 16:40

Leadtek announces yet another 8400GS

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Leadtek WinFast PX8400 GS TDH Extreme

 

Leadtek has announced yet another low profile card in its Geforce 8 series, WinFast PX8400GS TDH Extreme.

Leadtek claims to up to 30 percent higher performance when compared to the other Geforce 8400GS cards. The new card has an 80nm Geforce 8400GS GPU that works at 500MHz. The card comes with 256MB of GDDR2 memory that is clocked at 1000MHz. Shader clocks also had a slight bump to 1200MHz. Those clocks are a pretty high, almost high as the older brother 8500GT. Reference clocks for the 8400GS are 450MHz for the core, 900MHz for Shaders and 800MHz for the memory. Card is still crippled by the 64-bit memory interface.

The new 8400GS is cooled by "exclusive air-flow system" that cools both the GPU and PCB, and it features a small low-noise Rifle bearing fan.

As the entire Geforce 8 series this card also support DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0. The card comes with one Dual-link DVI-I, one VGA and TV-OUT.

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