A couple of new mainstream graphics cards were introduced by Chaintech yesterday, both being AGP 8X offerings. Their new Apogee VE VA62A-G2 makes use of NVIDIA's GeForce 6200A chipset, whilst the SAV5 is a variant of XGI's Volari V5 chipset. For all the details, check out the official announcement folks.
Taipei, Taiwan (September 15, 2005) - Chaintech Computer Co. today announced a pair of mainstream graphics cards, which deliver everything the Home Theatre PC users need for output as well as enough power for graphics-intensive applications and 3D gaming at a modest price.
Chaintech's Volari V5 (SAV5) graphics card features XGI Technology's Volari V5 chipset. The Apogee VE VA62A-G2 utilizes nVIDIA's GeForce 6200A chipset. Both graphics cards have native AGP 8x support to lower the costs. They also feature 128/256MB DDR2 support, as well as all the outputs HTPC users and 3D gamers need with D-Sub VGA out, HDTV output, DVI-I, and bundled S-Video cable.
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