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Monday, 19 November 2007 12:22

XpertView's HD 3870 gets new box

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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No Nvidia logos this time around


A few days back we wrote about XpertView's HD 3870 card, and you can catch the original article here. Since then, we've been contacted by a number of readers who found the "Geforce 8 series" HD3870 box a bit of an oddity.

Palit also reacted by sending us a new picture and kindly asking us to publish it. The new box looks a lot better, although the old one was a bit more amusing to look at. We still don't know the exact specs, but it's probably a reference clocked card.

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