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|9th May 2007, 20:33||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
GeForce Go is dead, long live GeForce 8M
WITH TODAYS LAUNCH of Intel's own Santa Rosa chipset, NVIDIA launched its own low-end and mainstream parts for the mobile market.
The G84M and G86M came to life as a part of the new GeForce 8M series, instead of previous the old branding GeForce Go. The products are called the 8600M and 8400M rather than baring the Go 8600/8400 tag.
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