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|25th March 2008, 16:11||#1|
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Geforce 9500 and 9400 are delayed
Nvidia has its entry-level Geforce 9 parts ready, but it has decided to postpone them. It simply has too many 8400 and 8500 cards out on the market.
Nvidia off loaded a lot of 8400GS and 8500GT cards to its partners and now cannot launch the Geforce 9500 and 9400, as the launch of the cheap Geforce 9 would instantly kill the sales of cheap Geforce 8 parts.
Some companies sell quite a few 8500GT cards with 1024MB of memory, but the majority have a problem getting rid of the cheap 8400 and 8500GT parts.
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