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Tuesday, 18 December 2007 10:41

Gainward waves goodbye to G80

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Pronounces it dead


Gainward is one of the first companies to publicly wave good-bye to G80 chips. On its Website the company announced the End of Life for Bliss 8800 Ultra 768MB, Bliss 8800 GTS 640MB, Bliss 8800 GTS 640MB Golden Sample, Bliss 8800 GTS 320MB and finally Bliss 8800 GTS 320MB Golden Sample.

All these cards are based on G80 chips and Gainward mainly focuses on G92 based 8800GT and GTS for the remaining of the year. The company just introduced its 8800GT Golden sample with 1024MB of memory as well as its own 8800GT 1024MB and samples of these cards are out.

You can see it for yourself here.

 

 

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