GeForce 9400 gets 128-bit memory bus

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 20 2008 @ 00:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla has some snips about the GeForce 9400, a new low-end graphics card that will replace the GeForce 8400 GS.
Some pieces of the specs looks rather interesting as this card will come with core clocked to healthy 700MHz while the DDR2 memory will work at 550MHz.

The most interesting part is that the memory uses 128-bit interface, which is a great step forward from 64 bit that you find with 8400GS. The new card will have twice the bandwidth of its predecessor and you can expect some significant performance increase.

A 700MHz clock is also a great achievement for a low end card, and 55nm makes a real difference. It should launch shortly.


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