Chaintech have announced a cheap little NVIDIA based graphics card which allows buyers on a very tight budget to get some DX10 content displayed (albeit at very low performance). This new "GSV84GS" uses NVIDIA's GeForce 8400GS GPU (set for an official launch sometime this week) with a core speed of 450MHz, and also 64-bit 256MB of DDR2 memory.
For more details on it grab Chaintech's PR here folks.
Taipei, Taiwan, June 19, 2007-Walton Chaintech, the world's renowned VGA card and memory module manufacturer, announces the launch of its new graphics card, the GSV84GS. Equipped with NVIDIA's latest GeForce® 8400GS graphics processor, the GSV84GS is believed to be the one with the lowest cost DirectX® 10 GPU.
Positioned to target the entry-level market, the GSV84GS graphics card features 450MHz core speed and 64-bit 256MB DDR2 video memory. It supports advanced Shader Model 4.0 graphic rendering technology, bringing high-resolution DirectX® 10 gaming, stunning Microsoft Windows Vista graphics, and unsurpassed HD DVD and Blu-ray video playback.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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