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Great for a media box build on a tight budget. Tuesday, August 21st According to TweakTown, it hits the shelves on August Whatever happened to entry level first, flagship last? I can’t really see a use for cards this weak in todays market The only reason people will buy shit like this is because most PC users are uneducated, and will buy whatever a sales rep shoves down their throat.

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The first picture shows the MB variant model: On-board solutions for example determine most of the market. Oh ya I forgot, E-peen.

This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. Whatever happened to entry level first, flagship last?

MSI N9400GT-MD1G graphics card – GF 9400 GT – 1 GB Series

I can’t really see a use for cards this weak in todays market It was perfect for what it did. So in if this holds true for the GT to preform ksi the GT then its alot faster than your TC, as a TC is preformance comparable to say a Geforce3 ti As for the specs, it mwi like the GT is just a GT. Newegg took it off: Since a gt is basiclly an gt Wonder what this card runs like.


We already have cards that fill the role perfectly. Skip to main content. WoW will run just fine. Show More Show Less.

MSI NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GT (N9400GTMD256) 256 MB GDDR2 SDRAM PCI Express x16 Graphics adapter

Yes, PhysX is supported. Not bad for a mdi box on the cheap. Yet low end cards are sold a lot more than high end cards. My only interest is That these will probably start popping up in laptops. This item doesn’t belong on this page. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.

MSI GeForce GT 1GB |

If WoW is all you play or do, God forbidyou needn’t get anything beyond this. Maybe if they would have switched these parts to 55nm I wouldn’t be as hard on them, but since they aren’t 55nm yet, I just don’t think nVidia should have pushed them onto the market.

This one probably has the latest PureVideo goodies for video playback. I think that says just about everything.

Wonder what the price will be. This GT has to be 1tb times faster and more feature packed than a TC. Second is 1gh interesting question. On a sidenote, do these low end cards support physx and which uses the least power? I guess I worded it wrong originally, I know there is a larger low-end market, it is just that I don’t see these cards fitting in it. I know they want to get rid of the 8 series cards, and make everything a 9 series I assume to help cut down confusion between the twobut I don’t think it is really necessary.


Support For NGT-MD1G | Graphics card – The world leader in display performance | MSI Global

Most people don’t need fast cards, the fact that we do does not reflect on the market. Wonder what the specs are.

The GT is basically just a rebadged GT. The GeForce series succeeds the series.

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