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Tuesday, 30 October 2007 11:15

8800GT in short supply

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Second batch already sold out


Geforce 8800GT will be in limited supply for at least next two weeks and numerous sources confirmed this. Until Flextronics kicks in with its cards everyone will have an insufficient number of cards. All AIB’s wants more cards but this is hardly anything unusual as the product is really good.


Geforce 8800GT cards are selling like hot cakes as the cards are great for the money but we've confirmed that ATI will have better pricing on its HD3000 and will take quite a piece of Nvidia's sales.

All the overclocked cards that go over 660MHz will come in two weeks time but this is exactly the time when ATI plans to unveil its HD 3000 cards. If you want to buy a graphics card, I strongly suggest you to wait for two more weeks due the upcoming price wars.

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