TechConnect Magazine have sourced a shot of NVIDIA's soon to be released 8300 GT graphics card, this based on their DX10 compatible G86 GPU, though being an entry level card i'd imagine running DX10 content on it would be quite painful to say the least.
The Inquirer also have their take on the card here.
Nvidia's upcoming 8600 and 8500 series cards have already revealed themselves a few times so it was only fair that the baby-DirectX 10 low-end 8300 card would eventually step out into the spotlight. The first ultra-low-end card to have its picture taken is the upcoming G86-powered GeForce 8300GT which will start bragging with its very low price around May (2007), about a month after the release of Nvidia's mainstream offer and around the time AMD releases its R610-powered cards. Unfortunately we don't have any info on the actual price (although it is expected to be lower than $89/€89) or clocks but if the 8600 trend continues we'll get acquainted with the 8300GT sooner than we think.
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