Biostar GeForce 7300 GT debuts

— 8:41 AM on May 15, 2006

As expected, NVIDIA's GeForce 7300 GT graphics card was unveiled today. While NVIDIA itself remains mute, Biostar has sent us an email announcing two new 7300 GT-based offerings in the company's ΣGate product line. The slowest of the two, dubbed V7302GT21, sports a passive cooler and has a core clock speed of 400 MHz, as well as 256 MB of 700 MHz GDDR2 memory, a 128-bit memory interface, and DVI, VGA, and HDTV outputs. A faster V7303GT21 is also on the menu with an active cooler, a 500 MHz core clock, and 256 MB of 1.0 GHz GDDR3 memory.

Biostar compares these numbers to the standard 7300 GT specification, which it says dictates a 350 MHz core clock speed and 667 MHz memory—the same speeds reported by PC INpact last week (in French, translate here.) However, the rumored eight pixel shader processors and four vertex units are still unconfirmed, because Biostar doesn't delve into the nitty gritty details for these cards. No official pricing is mentioned, either, but PC INpact says a $100 price point is expected for vanilla GeForce 7300 GTs.

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