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S-Gate V7303GT21
NVIDIA's 7300GT GPUs will slot just under the 7600GS

DailyTech first brought an early look at the NVIDIA GeForce 7300GT last week. The 90nm part retains the 128-bit memory interface and SLI capability of the 7600GT but features a lower core clock and has one quad disabled.

BIOSTAR has announced two new 7300GT cards for the mainstream market. Its SGate V7302GT21 is a silent solution as it features a massive heatsink featuring CoolPipe II technology to whisk away heat and would be a perfect fit for SFF PCs. The SGate V7303GT21 on the other hand uses a traditional heatsink and fan and offers higher clock speeds as a result.

The cards features a standard PCI-Express interface, DDR3 memory support and come with BIOSTAR's TurboClock software which automatically overclocks the GPU. Here are the hardware specifications for the SGate V7302GT21 and the SGate V7303GT21:




Standard 7300GT SGate V7302GT21 SGate V7303GT21
Core Clock 350MHz 400MHz 500MHz
Memory Size 256MB 256MB 256MB
Memory Clock 333MHz/667MHz 350MHz/700MHz 500MHz/1.0GHz
Memory Type DDR2 DDR2 DDR3



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S-Gate?
By AMDJunkie on 5/15/2006 11:31:23 AM , Rating: 1
Isn't that an epsilon? As in, Epsilon-Gate?




RE: S-Gate?
By Matrinix on 5/15/2006 11:35:11 AM , Rating: 2
No, it stands for Sigma therefore it is Sigma-Gate (S-Gate).


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