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Old 27th December 2007, 11:57   #1
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Default NVIDIA 9600 GT to be the first product of Geforce 9 series

NVIDIA will debut Geforce 9 series on valentine’s day, 2008. According to source inside NVIDIA, the first product of Geforce 9 series will be GeForce 9600 GT, aka D9P. The core clocks at 500MHz while memory at 2000MHz, GPU will have 64SP (8800GS will be 96SP 192bit 384MB). It is a main-stream product and only have one SLI connector so it can not support 3-Way SLI.

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