Foxconn launches pretty video cards

Written by Wil Harris

September 8, 2006 | 18:24

Tags: #card #graphics-card #motherboard #video

Companies: #foxconn #nvidia

Foxconn has entered the NVIDIA marketplace today, announcing a range of graphics cards with the green team's GPUs on board. The range includes:
  • FV-N795M4D2-OD: A 7950 GX2 board with 1GB of RAM
  • FV-N79GM3D2-HP: A 7950 GT with 512MB of RAM and an HDCP DVI output.
  • FV-N76TM2D2, FV-76SM2DT: 7600 cards, (GT and GS) with 256MB of memory.
  • FV-N73EM2DT: A 7300 card designed for the entry level.
No information on pricing yet, but expect Foxconn to be competitive with the pricing from all the other major partners. No word on bundle either, but we are impressed with the funky graphic design that Foxconn has done on the boxes - a world away from the cheesy faux-videogame characters that adorn the boxes of other brands. The boxes really showcase some nice graphic design - and aesthetics, after all, is what these cards are all about. Top notch.

Will you check out a Foxconn graphics card? Like the cool boxes? Let us know over in the forums.

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