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Point of View Announces GeForce 9400 GT

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  1. Darksaber

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    POINT OF VIEW, well known for its range of NVIDIA based Graphics cards, is launching today a new GeForce 9 series graphics card, the GeForce 9400 GT.

    This graphics card will be available both in a passive and active version. Especially the passive version is perfectly suitable for Media Center use due to its low power consumption, cool temperatures and silent operation.
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    Also the shader model 4.0 and DirectX 10 support, hardware decoding possibilities of High definition video with NVIDIA PureVideoHD, this card is a definite keeper.

    The GeForce 9400 GT will be available with 512MB up to 1GB of DDR2 memory. Its core has a speed of 550 MHz and its shader processors are kicking it on 1400 MHz. The memory runs on a speed of 800MHz or 666MHz, respectively for the 512MB and 1024MB version.
    The board’s been equipped with a dual link DVI connector, allowing resolutions up to 2560x1600!

    Characteristics of GeForce 9 graphics cards:
    - Native support for Blu-ray and HD-DVD decoding through PureVideo HD (H.264 and VC-1)
    - Support for Microsoft DirectX 10 and 9 and Shader model 4.0
    - All efficiency improving functions of Vista such as Windows vSidebar

    This midrange graphics card will be available from today. Visit the “Where to Buy” section of our website for a sales point in your country.

    Product numbers
    R-VGA150915 GeForce 9400 GT 1024MB, Active, DVI + VGA
    R-VGA150914 GeForce 9400 GT 512MB, Active, DVI + VGA
    R-VGA150915-P GeForce 9400 GT 1024MB, Passive, DVI + VGA
    R-VGA150914-P GeForce 9400 GT 512MB, Passive, DVI + VGA

    Source: http://www.pointofview-online.com
     
  2. PVTCaboose1337

    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    See... the main problem is my 7900gt will probably be on par with this card...
     
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    DDR2...no thanks.
     
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    physx card i seeeeeee you.
     
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    at least SOMEONE gets the idea first hand....

    thats EXACTLY what i was thinking when i saw the stuff about the 9400
     
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    And it being passive is a good idea as well too! Good Idea!
     
  7. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    i would grab the 8400GS it can be had for like $15-25 AMIR plenty of umph for physx
     
  8. mlee49

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    Where is the Where to Buy section?


    ~Visit the “Where to Buy” section of our website for a sales point in your country~
    I'm assuming this was pulled from their website.
     
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    But there wasn't, according to the people who tested with it. Hence the interest for these.
     

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