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Biostar Announces Two GeForce 7300GT Cards

| Video Cards News | Posted: May 16, 2006 12:44 am

Following NVIDIA's silent introduction of their 7300GT GPU recently (a 90nm counterpart with 8 pipelines and a 128-bit memory interface), Biostar have just issued out an announcement supporting two new cards from them to use this GPU.

 

Both falling into their Sigma-Gate series, the V7302GT21 is aimed at those seeking silence with its fanless CoolPipe II cooling solution, whilst the V7303GT21 is a higher clocked offering due to the traditional heatsink/fan design.

 

Grab the seperate PRs (in PDF format) on the V7302GT21 and V7303GT21 cards for further info.

 


ÓGate V7302GT21 integrated with NVIDIA® GeForce® 7300GT graphics processing unit (GPU). Boasting the 3D graphics features of today's most advanced GPUs-including full support for Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 and true high dynamic-range (HDR) lighting-the NVIDIA® SLI™-Ready GeForce® 7300 GT GPU allows you to experience the latest gaming effects without compromising performance. It also brings stunning, high-definition video and superb picture clarity with minimal CPU usage with NVIDIA® PureVideo™ technology. For the performance and features you need to play the latest games and enjoy home-theater quality video.

 

ÓGate V7303GT21 integrated with NVIDIA® GeForce® 7300GT graphics processing unit (GPU). Boasting the 3D graphics features of today's most advanced GPUs-including full support for Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 and true high dynamic-range (HDR) lighting-the NVIDIA® SLI™-Ready GeForce® 7300 GT GPU allows you to experience the latest gaming effects without compromising performance. It also brings stunning, high-definition video and superb picture clarity with minimal CPU usage with NVIDIA® PureVideo™ technology. For the performance and features you need to play the latest games and enjoy home-theater quality video.

 

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