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Monday, 03 December 2007 13:32

8800GTS 512MB to launch on the 11th

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Next Tuesday


Nvidia loves to launch its products on Tuesdays and we are only eight days away from the Geforce 8800GTS 512MB launch. This product will launch on the 11th of December and this will be the third G92- based product.

The first was, naturally, the 8800 GT 512MB, the second one is the 8800M GTX for notebooks, and, of course, the upcoming Geforce 8800 GTS 512MB is the third one.

Many reviews will be up at the same time, but we are not sure how many cards will actually be available in retail / e-tail after the launch.  We would be very surprised if Nvidia manages to keep the volumes of these cards in stock, but we also know that too many people want 8800 GT cards, as the performance difference is not that big, and the 8800 GT is less expensive.

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