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Monday, 31 December 2007 13:44

8800 GT still hard to get, but possible

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Supply getting better


If you are one of the lucky ones to get enough money for this Xmas to buy an 8800 GT, this might be a nice read for you.

We checked for availability of 8800 GT cards and we managed to find at least a few vanilla cards in retail and e-tail stores in Austria and in Germany. The situation is mainly getting better in other parts of Europe, and it looks that there might just have enough 8800 GT cards around in 2008.

Both Nvidia and ATI are expected to launch their dual chip solutions in early Q1, but these new cards will certainly end up more expensive than this nicely priced 8800 GT.

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