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Old 12th June 2004, 15:55   #1
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Default AOpen Demos NVIDIA NV45 Graphics Technology

AOpen, a mainboard and graphics cards maker, this week is showcasing its NVIDIA NV45-based graphics cards in retail stores in Tokyo, Japan, possibly indicating short release of the product.

AOpen Shows Off Retail NV45 Graphics Card

Akiba PC Hotline published some pictures of AOpen GeForce 6800 Ultra graphics card with PCI Express x16 interface with NV45 mark, confirming that despite of the code-name change, the micro-architecture of the graphics engine remained the same compared to the NV40 graphics processing unit.



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