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Tuesday, 09 October 2007 13:40

D8M / G98 is a $17 chip, entry level

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Replaces 8400GS, G86


Nvidia’s G98 is also known as D8M and it's a $17 chip that is set to replace the current G86, 80 nanometre chip.

Nvidia’s new D8M, G98 is a $17 chip that will replace 8400GS cards in the OEM and channel market, but it will be a tough fight as Nvidia has very cheap Radeon HD2400 card to fight in this segment.

The card will cost just above $50 and it will be ready by middle of November. Traditionally Nvidia was losing to ATI in this market segment and ATI is very close with its 55 nanometre chips as well.   

Last modified on Tuesday, 09 October 2007 13:54
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