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Tuesday, 27 November 2007 09:37

GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB to cost $299-349

Written by test

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Will replace the 640MB cards

Nvidia's upcoming GTS version of the G92, also known as the 8800 GTS 512MB, is aparently not far away according to several sources, and we're likely looking at a mid-December launch.

We doubt very much that Nvidia will officially launch this card, as it's a replacement for a current product, rather than a new product.

Nonetheless, it appears that the chips will be labeled G92-400-A2, whereas the 8800 GT is labeled G92-270-A2.  Since we're looking at a slightly different feature set, this isn't that strange.

The retail pricing is meant to be around US$299-349, and these cards should outperform the current generation of 640MB GTS cards, and maybe even some of the lower clocked GTX cards, with any luck.

You can find  a nice big picture of this upcoming card here
Last modified on Wednesday, 28 November 2007 01:41
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