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Sunday, 02 December 2007 15:44

8800M GTX unavailable

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Two weeks after launch


Almost two weeks after Nvidia released the 8800M GTX, not even Alienware has pre-order units. At this time you can simply forget about playing Crysis on a notebook and get a decent frame rate at the same time.

This was just another paper launch and we are sure that it will be available at some point, but we are not sure if you will be able to get one before the end of the year.

To make the situation even worse, we don't think that Nvidia even has prototypes, but we are sure that Cleavo will have a unit powered with this MXM 8800M GTX any day now. The G92 is tough one for Nvidia, as everyone wants one, but the green graphics beast can't fill the demand.

 
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