It will also be displayed, not displayed, may be presented - it does not matter - MSI has decided to introduce cheap DX10 cards nonetheless.
The rumors about NVIDIA's cheap DX10 cards have been booming in recent months, and although they are not expected to officially reach CeBIT, we have exclusive pictures for you.
It's getting hot already
As we've already told you, the NVIDIA graphics processor manufacturer is planning a number of inexpensive solutions that support DX10. Currently, gamers who want to buy a video card that supports DX10 are asked to spend between their 1800 and 3500 shekels per card. To this niche of gamers who want all the performance and options without breaking a savings plan, NVIDIA plans to go in - but the details of how, and more importantly, when - are still unclear.
Rumors of the emergence of GeForce 8600 cards on CeBIT 2007 have been on the net for several weeks, but NVIDIA's contacts have repeatedly rejected them. It seems that the full day will not be tomorrow, and that this celebration will take place only after CeBIT passes and I return to Israel, but at MSI's booth we found some suspicious evidence about the future.
True, the name GeForce 8600 will not be found on the cards and not just GeForce - but when MSI writes New Graphics Card with DX10 on the cards, and explains to all those who pass cheap tickets and not 400-600 tickets, it is clear to everyone in Hanover what it is.
MSI also presented 4 versions of its own to the GeForce 8800 (some companies even offer different 7 models). One version includes a monstrous cooling block and a closed water cooling system - which will not be hot ...