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Thursday, 15 November 2007 00:03

XpertView's HD 3870 pictured

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Update: Nvidia 8 Series SLI ready HD3870 ?

 

We managed to get our hands on yet another picture of a Radeon HD 3870, this time from XpertVision, Palit's retail brand in Europe.

The card follows the reference design and the only noticeable thing is the little logo of XpertVision on the fan. The clocks are also at reference speed, as this card comes clocked at 775MHz for the core and 2.25GHz for the 512MB of GDDR4 memory.

This might end up to be the lowest priced Radeon HD 3870 on the European market and the "terminator" themed head on the box looks nice, not to mention the Nvidia 8 series and SLI ready logos.

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Update:

We got several comments about this story from our readers who thought that we had published a photoshopped image. However we just used Palit's picture, which is now available on its site, here. Well, the PR and marketing guys often face tight deadlines and work under a lot of pressure, so you can't really blame them for making a few mistakes now and then, especially if they make you laugh.

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