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Low-cost GeForce 8400GS graphics cards announced
Press release, June 21; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 21 June 2007]

Albatron Technology, Biostar, and Walton Chaintech have each announced low-cost graphics cards based on Nvidia's new GeForce 8400GS GPU.

Positioned to target the entry-level market, the 8400GS-based cards feature 450MHz core speeds and 64-bit 256MB DDR2 video memory. Additionally they support Shader Model 4.0 rendering technology, high-resolution DirectX 10 gaming, Microsoft Windows Vista graphics, and HD DVD and Blu-ray video playback.

Walton Chaintech GSV84GS

Walton Chaintech GSV84GS
Photo: Company

Albatron 8400GS

Albatron 8400GS
Photo: Company

Biostar Sigma Gate V8402GL26

Biostar Sigma Gate V8402GL26
Photo: Company

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